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BEDFORD 

FUff TVBLIC 

LIBRARY 

BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 




The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John Page 
in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his 
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minutemen 
at the Battle of Gancord Bridge, April 19, 1775. 



Acquired MAY mNo, 



Seniors 4 

Underclassmen 16 

Academics 66 

Clubs and Organizations 82 

Sports 102 

Student Life 129 

Mini Mag 156 

Advertisements 164 



The Doorway 

Before you is a doorway. 
Behind you lies your past. 
Bits of broken memories. 
You thought would never last. 



The doorway is an exit 

And though you don't really want to leave 

You can't stay here forever 

For memories are but dreams. 

The dreams are Pandora's folly; 
Keep them but don't let them lead. 
On the other side is your new life. 
There at the turn of a key. 

Your memories, they have substance. 
When you go. bring them along. 
And in times of great despair 
Think of them- they'll make you strong. 

Even with all I've told you 

The choice is only yours 

To pass on through to the next stage 

Or stay in your fantasy world. 

Yes! You've made the right choice. 
Pass through to the other side. 
But don't close the door behind you. 
Keep your memories by your side. 

-Jim Devine 















II 



Friends are so important senior year for love 
and support. Here, Andrea Abbott, Anne 
Higham, and Jennifer Spencer beam about 
their friendship. 





<s we turn 
And look back 
Upon all these years 
We remember the 

good times. 
The laughter, the 
tears. 

But the best memories 

That will never fade 

Are the good times we've spent 

With the friends we've made. 

And if in the future 

Your life's in despair 

These are the people 

Who will always be there. 

(So if you think 

That parting is strange 

It's not an end. 

It's only a change. 

And you may believe that the 

good times are done 
But you'll soon find out they've 

only just begun 

Keith Ciampa 1983 



mm' 




SENIORS 5 



Intellectual 

and 
Talented 



Carl Theobald is one of those peo- 
ple who is not only intelligent, but 
also quite talented. As a rather com- 
petitive person, Carl certainly works 
hard at studying. He manages to 
keep his head up under the burden of 
a level 5 homework load and a level 5 
teacher demand. 

Yet somehow Carl still has time 
for all his extracurricular activities, 
in particular, drama and music. He 
has performed in the past three mu- 
sical comedies, three Tournaments of 
Plays, and various other produc- 
tions. Perhaps most important, 
though, is Carl's interest in music; he 
devotes a lot of his time to the piano, 
the trombone, and the violin. He 
spends much of his time at piano les- 
sons at the Boston Conservatory and 
at rehearsals for the Bedford Sym- 
phony Orchestra. Carl's participa- 
tion in the marching band, wind en- 
semble, and jazz ensemble has been 
quite important to him as well. And 
because Carl is so wonderfully cre- 
ative, he can whip up musical com- 
positions with what seems to be great 
ease. 

While we wish Carl luck for his 
future, we know that not luck, but 
intelligence and talent, will assure 
him of his success. 



Carl rehearses on the violin because practice 
makes perfect. 





Carl practices the piano for a performance 
with the BHS Orchestra. 




6 VALEDICTORIAN 



Senior class officers are always dressed in 
style. Bob and Kathy show off their tuxedos 
from Prom 1987. 



Taking a break, Emily waits for more custom- 
ers to buy tie-dyed shirts during Bedford Day. 

Awaiting the signal, Mary Jean prepares to 
perform during halftime at a home football 
game. 



Hard Work 
Pays OfF 

Seniors are incredibly busy pre- 
paring for colleges along with their 
usual courseload. They look forward 
to the end of the year when their 
class comes together for some of the 
most important activities they will 
experience in high school, like Prom 
and Graduation. Although the activi- 
ties take place at the end of the year, 
the Senior class officers are busy 
planning and coordinating every last 
detail many months before. 

President Bob Sullivan, Vice-Pres- 
ident T.J. McNeany, Secretary Jen- 
nifer Moreau, Treasurer Emily Carr 
and the Prom Co-Chairmen Mary 
Jean Papalia and Kathy McGovern 
are constantly working together to 
make each class activity fun for ev- 
ery Senior. The officers are commit- 
ted to serving their class. Only when 
the activity comes together do we re- 
alize how much time the officers 
have put into it to make it fun. By 
their Senior year, the officers are 
much better able to handle their re- 
sponsibilities on their own and much 
more is delegated to them. They 
serve as a model for the underclass- 
men class officers. That they are so 
committed to their class during their 
hardest and busiest year demon- 
strates their dedication. The class 
advisors, Mr. Huff and Miss Curran, 
have guided the officers through 
their successes. From measuring caps 
and gowns to serving at the Senior 
Citizen Christmas Luncheon, the se- 
nior class officers are always coordi- 
nating projects for their class. Good 
Luck to the senior officers of the 
class of 1989! 




Senior Class Officers Front: Mary Jean Papalia, Prom Committee; Jennifer Moreau, Secretary; 
Kathy McGovern, Prom Committee; Back: Mr. Huff, Advisor; Bob Sullivan, President; T.J. 
McNeany, Vice-President; Emily Carr, Treasurer. 



SENIOR OFFICERS 7 





Scott Ricker and Pam Ricker Devin Hale and Heather Heumann 

8 SENIORS 




BEST PERSONALITY 

Erika McGilvray and Dan Kennedy 



MOST ARTISTIC 

Matt Mazzotta and Anne Higham 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Jackie Weicker and Carl Theobald 





NICEST LEGS FRIENDLIEST 

Kim Snelson and Donny Campbell Erika McGilvray and Tom Bumann 




NICEST HAIR 

Georgia Stefanidakis and John Peccra 



BEST DRESSED 



Greg Pike and Nicole Lambert 




CLASS CLOWNS 
Mike Burke and Meredith Evans 



10 SENIORS 



II 




BEST VOCALS MOST INSTRUMENTAL NICEST EYES 

Bob Sullivan and Jessica Meyers Dan Kennedy and Nicole Picard Wendy Mazzeo and Glen Pearson 




ANDREA ABBOTT 

I wish we were born old and got 
younger. 

-Pretty in Pink 



KIM ALCAIDE 

Kimba, Chuckles 

It's the distance you attempt to go 
that determines the strides you 
make. 



JOY LYNN 
ANDERSON 

Joyous 

Hold fast to dreams 
For if dreams die, 
Life is a broken winged 
Bird that cannot fly. 
-Langston Hughes 



ANTHONY ALVES 




LISA ANN ATKINSON 

The years went by much too fast 
Always hanging on to make it last 
The friends who cared 
The memories we shared 
Will always be cherished. 

-L.A. 



ROBIN ANN BAILEY 

The best times we've shared 
I will always remember. 
Friends, Love and happiness 
Treasured forever. 



TRACY ELLEN 
BARBER 

Open your arms to hold; 
Open your mind to know; 
Open your heart to love; 
Believe in your self and grow. 

-TEB 



JOHN BARGER 



12 SENIORS 



DAVID P. BAUMAN 
C.B. 



All my life I have waited until 
the last minute to do things ... 
including this quote. 

C.B 




Winter, Spring, Summmer or 
Fall all you have to do is call 
and I'll be there. ..you've got a 
friend. 

-J.T. 



SHARON BEARDSLEY 

There is a time for everything, and a 
season for every activity under 
heaven. 




LORI ANN BLASIOLI 

Why worry, there should be 
laughter after pain there should be 
sunshine after rain so why worry 
now. 

-Dire Straits 



TAMARA L. BEECY 

Tami 

This is the time to remember, 'cause 
it will not last forever. 



-Billy Joel 




ANNE ELIZABETH 
BOFFA 

Annie, B., Anda 

I've had the time of my life 

no, I've never felt- 

this way before 

yes, I swear it's the truth 

and I owe it all to you. 



HEATHER CAROL 
BENSLEY 

Heath 

...there has to be darkness if there is 
to be light. 

-V.C.A. 

What memories we may possess will 
always stay fresh. 




DEBORAH BOUDREAU 

Debbi 

We never understand 

How little we need in this world, 

Until we know the loss of it. 

-JMB 



SENIORS 13 



ADAM JAMES BOYD 

All that we see or seem is but 
a dream within a dream 

-Poe 

Nudge Nudge. ..Nee! And now for 
something completely different. 

-Monty Python 



ANDREW BRAGG 

Andy 

Out for my own to be free 
one with my mind they just 
can't see no need to hear the 
things that they sang Life is 
for my own to live my own way 
-Metallica 



JULIE S. BRILL 

Life may not be the party 

we hoped for, 
But while we're here 
we should dance. 



LEMAR BROWN 

DR Trouble 

If you take the wings from a 
bird it can't fly, and if you 
take your love from me I will 
surely die. 




MATTHEW BROWN 

Matt 

Yesterday seems as though it 
never existed death greets me warm. 

-Metallica- 
Down fell the stars, as they 
splashed in the sea. 



THOMAS A. BUMANN 

Opus 

Troubles will come, and 
they will pass, don't live 
your life too fast... 
Be a simple man 

-Lynrd Skynyrd 



MICHAEL T BURKE 

Spider 

My time is wasting 
Feel I'm moving too slow 
Can't get my pedal to the metal 
But I'm ready to go 

-Roger Daltrey 



WILLIAM JORDAN 
BUSCH 
Bill 

I don't care if I get behind 
People living in competition 
Ail I want is to have 
my peace of mind. 

-Boston 



14 SENIORS 



DONN B. CAMPBELL 

Can you ever have too much of a 
good thing? 



ANDREA LYNN 
CAPEZZUTO 

And we climb, and we climb 
And at the top we fly 
And the world goes on below us 
We are lost in time. 

-Red Speedwagon 



ROBERT LOUIS 
CAREY.III 

Trebor 

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't 
stop and look around every once in a 
while, you could miss it. Leisure 
rules! 

-Ferris Bueller's Day Off. 



RONNIE E. BYRD 

Byrdman 




JANET CARROLL 



DAVID PAUL 
CARLSON 

Dave, Jake, Cave 

Sand's too hot, water's too cold 
Guys too young, girls too old 
Surfs too big nearly for me. 

-Surf Punks 



EMILY CARR 

Em 

Now I have opened in front of you a 
door that nobody will be able to 
close. 

-Revelations 3:8 



STEPHEN CASEY 

Time is a waste of life. 
Life is a waste of time, 
So let's have the time of our lives. 

-Led Zeppelin 



SENIORS 15 




J 
1 I 



COURTNEY LAYNE 
CHUBB 

Life is like a dogsled race, 
If you are not the lead dog, 
The scenery stays the same. 

-Unknown 



DAVID K. 
CONCANNON 

Cone 

It was an early morning 
yesterday, I was up before the 
dawn, and I have enjoyed 
my stay but I must move on 
-SuperTramp 



DAVID S. CLANCY 

Davis 

Fame is a vapor, 
Popularity an accident. 
Riches take wing, 
Only one thing endures. 
And that is character. 



CHRISTOPHER W. 
CLEMONS 

Chris, CD 

Any way you want it, that's the way 
you need it. 

Where have all the good times gone. 

-Journey, Van Halen 



JAMES M. 
COLLITON, JR. 

Jim 




PAUL N. CONNORS 

Hygiene,Pauley 

It's been such a long time, 
I really should be going, 
cause time doesn't wait for me 
It keeps on rolling... 

-Boston 



JAMES A.COOK 

Cookie Monster, Kahunna 

Does this mean I have to get 
a real job? 

Zippy The Pinhead 



LAURA COOK 



The dawn is ours 
And the days ahead 
No need to talk 
it's all been said. 



16 SENIORS 



KEITH EDWARD 
COONEY 

Aka Cooth Keinney 

SUSSUDIO! -Phil Collins 
I know what it means to walk 
along a lonely street of 
dreams! -Whitesake. 
You can't hurry love. -P.C. 



SEAN MICHAEL 
CORIATY 

Nothing prevents us from being nat- 
ural so much as the desire to appear 
so. 

-La Rochefoucauld 



KEVIN CURLEY 



DEBRA LORI 
DALRYMPLE 

Debbie, 
Dallyzallyrumple 

A mirror is of no use to a 
blind man, nor knowledge to 
a man without discernment. 
Te quiero hoy mas que ayer, 
pero no tanto como manana. 




JEFF DECAPRIO 

[ wanna be on top. 
Forever on the up and up 
Damn the competition 

-Rolling Stones 



ROBIN E. DEDRICK 

Boof 

If I fail, if I succeed, at least I'll live 
as I believe. 

-W. Houston 



EDWARD J. DINITTO 

Meatball 

Many times I've lied 
Many times I've listened 
Many times I've wondered 
How much there is to know. 

- Led Zeppelin 



KRISTEN DINITTO 

Christmas 



SENIORS 17 

I 



LAURA E. 
DMOCHOWSKI 

Demo, Dino 

Life is not always what one wants it 
to be, but to make the best of it as it 
is, is the only way of being happy. 

-J.J. Churchill 



KATHLEEN M. 
DOUGHTY 

Dought, Kath, Pat 

Let your love be like the misty rain; 
falling softly, yet filling the river. 



I'm leaving, but I'm not gone. M.H 



PETER THOMPSON 
DUDA 

Pete, Dude 

I never work as hard as I play... 
...The reason I will win is because 
you don't think I can! 

Sugar Ray 87 



TODD FRED 
DWORSHAK 

Those who try to lead the people 
can only do so by following the 
mob. 

Oscar Wilde 




CAROLINE ENNIS 

This is where our 
Happy ending begins! 

-C.E. 



MEREDITH LLOYD 
EVANS 

Mel, Bean 

They say I'm crazy 
but I have a good time. 

-Joe Walsh 



LAURA JEAN 
FAIRBANKS 

Rusty 

Do you know where you're going 
to? 

Do you like the things 
That life is showing you? 
Where are you going to, 
Do you know? 



DAVE JOSEPH 
FEIRABEND 

Pontiac Blitzkrieg 

It was the best of times 
It was the worst of times 
It was a time to be young... 
-Charles Dickens/DJF 



18 SENIORS 



NICOLE M. FIATO 

Nikki, Wendy 

fou don't know what you've 
got 

intil it's gone 

Knd you find out just a little 
too late. 

-CHICAGO 



ERIC FINNEY 

Phineas, Finn-Man 

Sometimes in our lives 
We all have sorrow 
But if we are wise 
We'll hang on 'til tomorrow. 

-T.R. 



ROBERT F. FLORES 

Rob 

The tragedy of life is not 
that it ends too early, 
but it begins too late. 





HEIDI FONTAINE 




LISA GILES 



LISA J. GOODALE 

Lis 



CATHERINE GLEASON 

Callie, Calzone 

So you can get on with your search 
and I can get on with mine and may- 
be someday we will find out it 
wasn't really wasted time. -Eagles. 



KRISTIN GODART 

We must always have 
old memories 
and young hopes. 



ARUNA GOEL 

Bud 

I'm on top of the world. 



Look back not at your mistake? 
but at the knowledge you gained 
from them. 




ELIZABETH 
GOODPASTER 
Beth, Beff 



Run Toto! Run! 
-Dorothy 



KIMBERLY A 
GORGENS 

Kim, Kimio 

The time is gone, 

The song is over; 
Thought I'd something 

More to say. 

-Pink Floyd 



STEPHANIE A. 
GOYETTE 

Steff, Tiff, G.B. 

After the smoke clears, 
When it's down 
To you and I... 



DAVID GREELISH 

Dave. Sky, Greely 

All good things must 

Come to an end. 
However the memories 
We all share we must 
Always defend. 



20 SENIORS 



SIMEON GRIFFIN 

Nipps, Slimon 

Thank you for your 
cooperation 

-Robocop 



DARYLE S. GROF 

Rubber-body 

Tryin to get to Heaven 
'fore the Sun goes down 
-The Cult 



DEVIN HALE 

It's been real, it's been fun, but it 
hasn't been real fun. 



HAROLD C. HAMBY 

Chris, Hambone 

Man's flight through life is sus- 
tained by the power of his 
knowledge. 

-A.D.M. 




MICHAEL HANDLEY 

Mike, Tivo 



There is no comparison between 
that which is lost by not succeed- 
ing, and that which is lost by not 
trying. 



ROBERT PATRICK 
HANLEY 

The race is not always to the swift 
but to those that keep on running. 



ROBYN ANN HANNON 

Chickie, Robbie 

Life's never easy 
We can make it if we try. 
Taking our chances 
Side by side. 

-Billy Squire 



TRACEY JEANINE 
HECTOR 

Trace, Tray, Hec 

You can only live a minute at a time. 
Once it's over you can't relive it; so 
don't waste it being upset; smile and 
your minute will be well spent. 



SENIORS 21 



HEATHER HEUMANN 

Heath, Maggie 

when the sun appears, well 

theres nothin' left but goodbye... 

-Bon Jovi 



ANNE HIGHAM 

Imagine no possesions, I wonder if 
you can. No need for greed or hun- 
ger a brotherhood of man. Imagine 
all the people sharing all the world. 

-John Lennon 



BRENT HINDMAN 



MICHELLE L. 
HIRSCH 

Miche', Shell, Shelly, 
Mitch, Mickey, Chelle 

Obstacles 
Are what you see 
When you take your eyes 
Off the goal. 




RENE LYNN 
HOLTZMAN 

Don't worry about failures. Worry 
about the chances you miss when 
you don't even try. 

-Wall Street Journal 



WILLIAM ARTHUR 
HUFFMAN 

Bill 

I will get by, I will survive. 

-The Grateful Dead 
But today life goes on, no more 
hiding in yesterdays 'cause 
yesterday's gone. 

-Foreigner 



JULIE MARIE HUNT 

Lee, Jewl, Jewlsy, Chewles 

How can you keep 'em 

Down on the farm 

Once they've seen Broadway? 



ERIKA HUPPERICHi 

Hubba 

He looked at me 
with those big brown eyes 
and said: 

You ain't seen nothing yet 
-BTO 



22 SENIORS 



PATRICK E. JARVIS 

Jarhead 

We leave here now and maybe 
lose some friends but always 
keep the memories. 

-John Denver 



JEFFREY M. JENSEN 

Jeff, Ace 

Life seems to fade away 
Drifting further every day, 
Getting lost within myself 
Nothing matters, no one else. 

-Metallica 



DOUGLAS B. JONES 

Dug, Dognut 

You can always trust your 
Inner feelings 

'Cause they always tell the truth... 

-Scorpions 



DANIEL JOSEPH 
KENNEDY 

Imagination is more important than 
knowledge. 

-Albert Einstein 




RICHARD L. KRAMER 



SOMMALA 
KHOXAYO 

The best things are hard to come 
by, but perseverance brings 
success. 



STACIE ELIZABETH 

KILLEBREW 
Stacie Q, Stace 

If ever great experiences 
were satisfied.... 

-V.M. 



SARA KOSTISHACK 

We've done some things 
Together, with trunks of 
Memories still to come. 
We found things to do 
In stormy weather, 
Long may you run. 



SENIORS 23 



MEGAN MARY 
LACOVARA 

Megs, Moo-gan 

TAMAR YONA KUPIEC 'The best is yet to come. 

-Mrs. M. 

man's style is his mind's voice. 

-Emerson 



MICHELLE 
LALIBERTE 

Chelle 

I'll be really safe, 

Ya know, the elephant 

He told me so. 

-Syd Barret 



NICHOLE SHERRIE 
LAMBERT 

Little Whitney 

I decided long ago never to 
walk in anyone's shadow- 
If I fail, if I succeed, 
at least I live as I believe. 

-Whitney Houston 




MICHELE L. LANDER 



PERVIS LANIER 

Vice Grip 

If you want something in life that 
bad then you must set your mind to 
it and say to yourself that you can 
really do it if you try hard enough. 



RENE LEVESQUE 

Don't waste your time always 
searching for those wasted years. 
Face up, make your stand and real- 
ize you're living in the golden years. 

-Iron Maiden 



BRIDGET AIDAN 
LINEHAN 

B., B-get 

From here to tomorrow 
Our friendship will remain 
Though the place 
And people may not be the 
same, 

You know that I'll be there. 



24 SENIORS 



JENNIFER LYN 
LUND 

Jen 

You may never know the mean- 
ing of the treasure without indi- 
vidual effort. 

-WMS 




WENDY LYNN 
MAZZEO 

Nikki 

All I want from tomorrow is to 
get it better than today, 
Step by step! 

-Huey 



CHRISTOPHER J. 
MACKIE 

Mac, Christal 

Sometimes the lights all shining 
on me, 

Other times I can barely see. 

Lately it occurs to me. 

What a long, strange trip it's been. 

-Grateful Dead 




MATTHEW D. 
MAZZOTTA 

Matt 

Once you find what you can grow. 
Grow a lot of it. 



BRIAN F. MACZKO 

Heartless powers try to tell us 

what to think. 
The spirits sleeping but the flesh 

is ink. 

The world is a little darkened 
stone. 

We are it, we're on our own. 




CYNTHIA S. McCOMBS 

Cyn,Cindy 

Always face the sunshine and the 

shadows will fall behind 

you. 



MICHAEL FRANCIS 
MARINO 

I believe in fate and destination, but 
so much of that lies in our own 
hands. If you know what you want, 
just go out and get it. 

-Sammy Hagar 




GEORGE Mcculloch 

Muk.Chainsaw 

Time keeps on slipping into the 
future. 

-Steve Miller Band 



SENIORS 25 



MARK MCCUNE 

We take a chance with new 

beginnings. 
Still we try, win or lose 
Take the highs with the blues. 

-Van Halen 



SHERRY ANN 
MCGILLICK 

She-ba 

How does it feel, to be on your 
own 

With no direction home. 
Like a complete unknown, 
Like a rolling stone. 

-Bob Dylan 



ERIKA JEAN 
MCGILVRAY 

Threekie Sammy Eureeka 

Let your smile shine 
For all the world to see. 
Don't let anyone dim the light 
For you bring out the light in me. 

-E.J.M. 



KATHLEEN 
MCGOVERN 

Kathy 

Come with me 
Leave yesterday behind 
And take a giant step 
Outside your mind. 

-The Monkees 




MARY C. MCINTOSH 

Meet me half way, 
Across the sky. 

Out where the world belongs to 
Only you and I. 

-K.L. 




T.J. MCNEANY 

Teej Barge 

What are you looking at? 




GREGORY JAMES 
MELVILLE 

The greatest truths are the simplest: 
so are the greatest men. 

Anonymous 



JESSICA FANYA 
MEYERS 

Messy, Bo-Bessica 

Why is the alphabet in that 
order? 

Is it because of that song? 

Ashes my house, but Beautiful 
the cherry tree Blooming on 
my hill. 



26 SENIORS 



MELISSA LYNN 
MILLETTE 

Milletty, Mel, Lissy 

Goodbye doesn't mean forever 
It doesn't mean we'll never see 
each other again. 



CRAIG A. MINASSIAN 

Minuse, Craiga, Cap 

The fun doesn't stop here. 



ISHMAEL 
MOHAMMED 

Ishy 

Now that I have graduated, I look 
forward to college with open enthu- 
siasm and wish everyone luck with 
their careers, goals, and life 
endeavors. 



GWEN G. MOLL 

Don't stop thinking about tomor- 
row, it'll soon be here, it'll be here 
better than before, yesterdays gone, 
yesterdays gone. 

-Fleetwood Mac 




STEPHEN MOORE 

Magic 

Life is a game we must all play. 
So, let's try to win. 

-Stephen Moore 



JENNIFER DAWN 
MOREAU 

Everyone will have their words to 
say. 

Find the words to help you find 
your way! 



MICHELLE S. MORRIS 

Mickey, Buttons 

I can't change the 
direction of the wind 
But I can adjust my sails 
to reach my destination. 

-Jimmy Dean 



NEIL O'BRIEN 

There is a long road I've got to keep 
in time with, I've got to keep on 
chasing that dream though I may 
never find it. 

-Boston 



SENIORS 27 



CHRISTOPHER 
O'MALLEY 




NICHOLE PAIGE 
OLDENBURG 

Nikki 

I know that may be 
coming, but be it what 
it will, I'll go to it 
laughing. 

-Melville 



MARY JEAN PAPALIA 
Hey, M.J.! 

If you don't give your heart 
wings you'll never fly! 



LEE ALVIN 
PAVLAS IV 




JODI RAE PAYETTE 
Odie 



GLEN PEARSON 

An argument with a higher author- 
it'' cannot be won. 



JOHN M. PECORA 

Jack 

Try not to let your education 
get in the way of your learning. 

-Mark Twain 



RICHARD LEE 
PERRY 

They say I'm lazy 

but it takes all my time 

I keep on going 

Yes, I'll never know why. 

-Joe Walsh 



It makes all the difference 
whether one sees darkness 
through the light 
or brightness, 
through the shadow. 

-unknown 



28 SENIORS 



SHERYL ANNE 
PETRECCA 

Shrimp 



What we may have shared will 
always be remembered. 

-H.B. 




NICOLE LAUCKS 
PICKARD 

Nicoli, Nic, Picole, Nikki 

Though it's hard to let you go 
In the Father's hands we know 
A lifetime's not too long to live as 
friends. 




GREGORY T. PIKE 

Greg 

We've had some fun and yes 
We've had our ups and downs 
Been down that rocky road 
But here we are still around. 
-Huey Lewis and the News. 




DOROTHEA M. 
PITTMAN 

Dori 

Thanks for the times you've 
given me. 

The memories are all in my 
mind. 




THOMAS PORTER 

Tom 




KATHRYN DENISE 
PRESCOTT 

Kate 

It's been such a long time, 
I feel I should be going, yeh! 
Time doesn't wait for me. 
It keeps on roUin. 

-Boston 



CAROL ANN PISANI 

Carol-Ann, Chickie-Boo 

Don't go through life 
Apologizing for yourself, 
Accept yourself as you 
Were meant to be. 




ADRIAN W. PULLEN 

This is not the END. 
It is not even the beginning of the 
end. But it is, perhaps, the end of 
the beginning. 

- Sir Winston S. Churchill 



SENIORS 29 



DIANE ELIZABETH 
PYSCZYNSKI 

Dede, dee, Cuddles 



I must be on my way my friends, 
but everywhere I go your always 
on my mind, in my heart. In my 
soul. 

-Chicago 



ANNA RAMPICHINI 

Ogni uomo semplice 
Porta in cuore un sogno. 
Con amore ed umilta 
Sapra costruirlo 



SHAWN REYNOLDS 



DAVID RHODES 

Dusty 

Life: Not knowing what 
Will happen tomorrow 
But having the guts to 
Go through with it 
Anyway!! 




PAMELA JEAN 
RICKER 

Pam 

We might be laughing 
A bit to loud 
But that never 
Hurt no one 

-B.J. 



SCOTT D. RICKER 

Skip, Charger 

"Kill all the bluejays you like, 

But it's a sin 

To kill a mockingbird" 

-TKM 



AMY ANNE ROBERTS 

Woofer, Aimer, Amy-bean 

The work goes on 
The cause endures 
The hope still lives 
And the dream shall never die 
-T.K. 



CARYN ANN RUSSO 

Rooskins 

Life to me 

Is not measured in years. 
It's measured in smiles, 
Laughter and tears 



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PATRICIA M. 
SCIARAFFA 

Patti, Scaff 



CHERI SALTZMAN 

Sneaka 

Heroes they come and they go 
and leave us here as if we were 
supposed to know why - Why 
must we give up our hearts to the 
past and why must we grow up so 
fast? 



BRIAN K. SCHEIE 

Bri, Sheik, Scheickster 

Life's been good so far, but now it's 
time to move on to fun food and fast 
times. ..or is it fast food and fun 
times? 




\ 




DAVE AARON 
SEARS 

A person with the most toys 
wins. 




Such a long, long time to be 
To be gone 
And a short time 
To be there. 

-Phil Lesh 



KIMBERLY ANN 
SNELSON 



VALERIE JEAN 
SIBLEY 

Val, Valbee 

The soul afraid of dying 
Never learns to live -The Rose 
So take a walk on the wild side. 

Lou Reed 



PAMELA J. SMITH 

Pammie 



BERNIE SNEE 



Life is a great big canvas, and 
you should throw all the paint on 
it you can. 

D.K. 



Only the good die young, so I will 
I got a little lost along the way, But ijvg forever. 
I'm just around the corner to the 
light of day. 

- Bruce Springsteen 







JENNIFER ANNE 
SPENCER 

Wisdom has a quiet mind. She likes 
to think about the edges where 
things spill into each other and be- 
come their opposites. 

-J.R.Gendler 



ANDREW ADAMS 
SPOFFORD 

Spof, Bob 

Leaves are falling all around, 
It's time I was on my way. 
Thanks to you I'm much obliged 
Such a pleasant stay. 

-Led Zeppelin 



GEORGIA MARIE 

STEFANIDAKIS 
Jo 



ROBERT KEVIN 
SULLIVAN 

Beef 

Far Better it is to Dare Mighty 
Things than to Rank with those 
Poor, Timid Spirits who know 
neither Victory nor Defeat. 

-Theodore Roosevelt 



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SZCZESNIAK, 
PHILIP 




CARL ERIC 
THEOBALD 

Originality does not consist in 
saying what no one has ever said 
before, but in saying exactly 
what you think yourself. 

-J.F. Stephen 



NEERA TANDEN 

Short tye-dyed Indian 

Power is not a matter of arms alone. 
Strength comes from the satisfac- 
tion and pride of the people. 

-Dean Rusk 




Don't hang on, 
Nothing lasts forever 
But the earth and sky... 

-Kansas 



GARY J. WADDEN 

Beave 

Nothing makes a person more pro 
ductive than the last minute. 



DANIEL B. WARMUTH 

Dan, Dano, Danimal 

Never do anything that you 
wouldn't be caught dead doing. 



JACQUELINE JOYCE 
WEICKER 

Jackie, Jackbo, Reflex 

Hand in glove, 
the good people laugh 
Yes, we may be hidden by rags 
But we've something they'll 
never have... -The Smiths 



JAMES WELSH 

Metal 

Out there there's a fortune 
Waiting to be had, you think 
I'll let it go you're mad 
You've got another thing 
coming. 

Judas Priest 




Daniel Ardito 
Peter Dion 
Gregory Evans 
Dean Guidetti 
Marian Harris 
Lance Janowsky 
Sean Leonardi 
Demetrios Lolis 
David Mace 
Robbie Patterson 
Mark Presti 
Larry Schlueter 
Christine Tompkins 



SCOTT YOUNG 

I wish you were here. We're just two 
lost souls swimming in a fish bowl 
year after year. Running over the 
same old ground have we found the 
same old fears. Wish you were here. 



WILLIAM R. YOUNG 

Bull, Shorty 

I will not die, I am immortal. 



DAONYSIA TIMICA 
ZEIGLER 

Nysh 

Our deepest feelings live in words 
unspoken. 



34 SENIORS 



ABBOTT, ANDREA 

6 Freedom Circle 

Activities: Varsity Cross Country 2; Varsity Spring 
Track 2; Varsity Winter Track 2; French Club 3,4; News- 
paper 2,3.4. Thanks To: Sue, Jenn, Anne, Paul, B.M., 
J.G.. M.A.. C.Z., H.L., S C., R.H., P.M., S.R.B., M.S., and 
my parents. I Love you all and wouldn't have made it 
through high school without your patience, kindness, and 
devotion. Future Goals: To become a famous broadcast- 
ing journalist for ABC, have a 927 Porche and a pent- 
house in New York City or Paris. 
ALCAIDE, KIM 
5 Winchester Drive 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1.2, captain 3, captain 4; Varsi- 
ty Basketball 1.2; Varsity Track 1.2.3,Captain 4; Powder 
Puff 3,4; Athletic Trainer 4; Class Representative 1,2; 
Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4; Prom Decorating 3; S.A.D.D. 




1,2,3,4. Thanks To: the Saturday night group: Kimbi, 
Stacie Q, Heather, Ruthy, Amy and Jen which key is it 
the bottles are getting wet!! The locker crew for all the 
good times, especially Jo-Jo. Also, Gippy, Ewok and P. J.; 
Mark, Scott, and Dad. Thanx for all ur help Paul. Most of 
all, thanx for ur support and understanding Mom. Fu- 
ture Goals: to graduate from my dream school and then 
be the president of an extremely profitable business and 
earn such a gross amount of money that I can have a 
different Audi for every week of the year, (and maybe 
someday throw the javelin over 200!) 
ANDERSON, JOY 
19 Glen Ridge Drive 

Activities: Soccer 1,2; Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 
3,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Ensembles 1; AFS 3,4; French 
Club 3,4; Hall Decorating 1. Thanks To: Jules, B.L., 
L.F., M.H.. P.R.. Patti. who I have known for 13 years, 
and to the entire class of 1988. By the way. I'm sorry if I 
forgot you! Thanks to last but not least Mom. Dad. and 
Scott. I couldn't have done it without you. 
Future Goals: Go to college, graduate, find work, and 
hopefully be smiling throughout it all. I almost forgot, to 
finally own my Black Porsche Turbo. 
ARDITO, DANIEL 
26 Hayden Lane 
ATKINSON, LISA 
15 Masardis Street 

Activities: Gymnastics 1; Powder Puff 3.4; Hall Deco- 
rating 2,4; Prom Decorating 3; Signum 4. Thanks To: 
Especially Anne. Robin. Heather. Kathy. Rich. Beth. 
Pam. Chris, and Wendy. Also, Laura, Debbie, Meredith, 
Sheryl and Becka. Special thaks to: Mom, Dad, Richie, 
and Kim too! You've all been the best!!! Future Goals: 
To be as successful and happy as possible and stay in 
touch with all my great friends. 
ALVES, ANTHONY 
18 Bedford Village 
BAILEY, ROBIN 
64 Mildred Circle 

Activities: Swim Team 1,2,3,4; Diving 3.4; Ski Team 
2,3,4; Hall Decorating 1,2,4; Powder Puff 4; Signum 4. 
Thanks To: L.A., D.B., H.B., S.P.. for making the first 
four years the best. I can't forget L.M., S.R.. K.D.. D.F.. 
G.P.. L.B.. Good luck to all. A special thanks to Mom. 
Dad. and Brad; FC. Future Goals: To be the president 
of my own company, to have a huge home with an indoor 
swimming pool and one meter board. 
BARBER, TRACY 
598 Springs Road 

Activities: Telemedia 2,3.4; ROTC 3,4; Signum 2; 
French Club 3; Forum 4. Thanks To: Berta, for staying 
by me, Joni you helped more than you know. Jay for 
being a bad influence. Mom and Dad, and especially 



Erika and Kim. Future Goals: To get a Ph.D., travel, 
and have a family. 
BARGER, JOHN 

1 Constitution Drive 

Activities: Varsity Drill Team 1,2; ROTC Rangers 1,2; 
Drama Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Ski Club 3. Thanks To: 
Mom and Dad. Future Goals: College-B.A., Computer 
Programming. 
BAUMAN, DAVID 
8 Hillcrest Road 

Activities: Football 1,2.3.4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity 
Basketball 2,3.4; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2.3,4 
Thanks To: all the "Macho Men"; Dongal, Barge, Beeta, 
Bob, Bode, Pin, Deb and the raisin. Special thanks to 
Mom and Dad, Thanks for everything; also I can't forget: 
Kip, H.C., L.T., P.R., CM. Future Goals: To be able to 
call up all the guys ten years from now and all head over 
to TJ's to watch the Sunday football games. 
BEARDSLEY, SHARON 
20 Glenridge Drive 

Activities: Color Guard captain 3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; 
Gymnastics 1; French Club 3; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; 
Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: G.M, K G., P.R., J.C.. 
T.B., W.M., N.F., M.L., K.A.. C.E.. P.J., P.D., E.G.. T.B.. 
J.C. - Thanks for all the good times. '1 love you guys.' 
Thanks to mom, dad. and Linda for all your help! Also, 
thanks to the flag squad - 1 had a great year! Future 
Goals: To be happy and successful and drive a nice car. 
BEECY, TAMARA 
64 Springs Rd 

Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 1; Softball 1,3.4; Ski Team 
1; Majorettes 2.3.4; Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Bren, and 
Philly - I love you! To all my friends who gave me many 
good times and memories! P R., S.B., J.C, K G., G.M., 
N.F., W.M., M L., K.A., V S., T.B., T.J.M., S R., J.C, 
DC, D.B. and P.D. Thanks for all the talks and especial- 
ly Pat ski trip 87. the 6.30. adventure, the many unforget- 
table weekends. Pam - whatever, Sharon - York Dairy 
Bar, Janet - what am 1 gonna do! I love all you guys! Keep 
in touch! Future Goals: To be successful, move to Arizo 
na, and own a white Volkswagen Rabbit convertible 
BENSLEY, HEATHER 
18 Gould Rd 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Varsity Soccer 2.3.4; Freshman 
Basketball; Varsity Basketball 2.3,4; Varsity Softball 
1,2,3.4; Powder Puff 3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Hall deco- 
rating 1,2,4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: All who have 
helped these years to be so special. You are the most 
special - R.B. D.B.,L.A., S.P., D R., D.C, A.B., L.B., L.P., 
M.M., B.S., D.L., A.R., CC; a special thanks to K.D. 
(Befri) for being kind of a friend. I love you all for ever- 
ything. ..Thanks to my family for what you have done for 
me and given to me. Future Goals: To go to college, 
become successful, and get married. 
BESSE, LAURA 

2 Glen Terrace 

Activities: Swim Team 1; Basketball 1; Concert Band 1; 
Ensembles 1,2,3; Prom Decorating 3; Hall Decorating 4; 
Yearbook 3,4. Thanks To: Every loving member of my 
family; to Rich for all his encouragement and advice; to 
all my wonderful wonderful friends who've made BHS so 
memorable and to Beck for always being there to share 
the good and bad times. I couldn't have asked for a better 
friend! I love you all! Future Goals: I'm going to go to 
school (as if I haven't had enough.) Become everyone's 
"favorite teacher", spend some time travelling to warm 
islands, live in the center of it all with the one I love and 
our kids, and see everyone with a smile on. 
BLASIOLI, LORI 
24A Shawsheen Road 

Activities: Memoir Section Editor 1, Section Editor 2, 
Editor-in-Chief 3; Signum Editor-in-Chief 4; Powder 
Puff 3; Prom Server 3; Quill and Scroll 2, President 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Class representative 1,2,3; Float 
Committee 2,3. Thanks To: Beth and Liz for welcoming 
me my first and only year at BHS, Julee for becoming a 
good friend and listener, Mr. Stephenson for all the help 
in calculus, and Mrs. Byron for her support and under- 
standing with yearbook! Future Goals: To Dedicate my 
life to Herff Jones or Jostens and become the best Year- 
book representative around the country. 
BOFFA, ANNE 
23 Curve Street 

Activities: Citizenship committee 1; Swim Team 1,2; 
Hall decorating 2.3,4; Prom decorating 3; Powder Puff 
3,4; Homeroom representative 4. Thanks To: Everyone 
who has been by my side: R.B., H.B., L.B., K.D., B.T.. 
especially those who have made these years worthwhile: 
Lisa, Debbie, Meredith, Rich, Doug. Chris. Amy. Future 
Goals: To marry my one true love. 
BOUDREAU, DEBBIE 

3 Woodmoor Dr. 



Activities: Flag Squad 3,4; Gymnastics 1; Hall decorat- 
ing 1,2.3.4; Powder Puff 4; A.F.S. 4. Thanks To: All my 
friends. Especially B.T.. H.B.. L.M.. R.B.. A.B.. L.A.. 
K.D.. S.P.. F. Squad; thanks for all the good times and 
understanding through the bad times. Thanks also to 
Mom. dad. my family. Mrs. K.. S. and R. Future Goals: 
Live in the mountains; drive a red '67 Mustang across the 
country to see the sunrises and sunsets from coast to 
coast. But most of all to be with friends and family and to 
be happy. 
BOYD, ADAM 
153 Springs Rd. 

Activities: JROTC 1.2.3, Commander 4; NHS 3,4; Drill 
Team 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3; 
Wind Ensemble 4; Marching Band 4; Math League 2,3,4; 
French Club 4; Bedford Minuteman Company 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: Matt,Dad, Mom, T., B.S., P.M.S., P.U. Fu- 
ture Goals: I hope to count every molecule in my body. 1 
plan to be OIlie North's surprise running mate in the 1992 
election. I will rule the world at Matt's side, and I will die 
and haunt Jim and Tammy Bakker. 
BRAGG, ANDY 
51 Hancock St. 

Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Matt B., Jeff, Adam, and all the 
things that got me through. Future Goals: Go to college 
and then get a job as the head garbage man of the U.S. 
BRILL, JULIE 
5 Fern Way 

Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2; Citizenship 
Committee 3,4; AFS 2; French Club 3,4; Prom decorating 
3; Yearbook 3,4. Thanks To: my parents and all my 
friends especially Tamar and Sharon for being there; 
Neera for being as liberal as I am; Suzy for shopping and 
skiing at my speed; Danny for being my walking partner 
and L.C., N.P., J.W., R.H.. and CC. I'm gonna miss all 
you guys! Future Goals: To ride off into the sunset and 
keep riding. To live in the country and to be able to see 
my horses out of my kitchen window where I'll be baking 
and eating chocolate chip cookies without guilt. To never 
have anyone think of me as old and to never lose touch 
with the people who matter most. 
BROWN, LEMAR 
5 Lewis Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Football 4; JROTC 3.4; JROTC Drill 
Team 3.4. Thanks To: My father and mother and my 
brothers and sisters and to my class friends who gave me 
the courage to keep on going and to overcome the bad 
times. Future goals: To be a successful lawyer and the 
president of the U.S. 
BROWN, MATT 
303 Springs Rd. 

Activities: JROTC 1.2.3.4; JROTC Drill Team 3.4.; J.V. 
Baseball 2.3; Spanish Club 3. Thanks To: Mom. Dad, 
Matt B., Andy, Jeff, Jeff, Treb, Adam, and Spock. Fu- 
ture Goals: After graduation from college, to spend my 
life in the Navy, travelling the world, and to take it over. 
BUMANN, TOM 
8 Beverly Rd. 




Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Thanks 
To: Dove, Charger, Barge, Donn, Debbie, Metal, Beeta, 
Pin, Glen; A G., H.W. R.M.; the "CVS crowd" and Daon- 
ysia; special thanks to Mom, Coach P., the football team, 
and summer '87 with the D.J.L. crew. Future Goals: To 
stay happy and healthy; get at least one of my cars run- 
ning, and to some day do "STONEHENGE." 
BURKE, MICHAEL 
8 Fayette Rd. 

Activities: Basketball 1; Hall decorating 2,3,4; Yearbook 
4. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Michelle, Diane, Paul for 
being the buddy next door; Mark for being my chauffeur 



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and keeping the subways safe; Craig for being a good 
friend; Brian for cleaning out mine and everyone else's 
refrigerator; Bill for filling up the seat behind me in 
homeroom; Jim and Ronnie, Chris. Gert, Caryn, S.G., 
K.D., Sis, Pizza-man, Steve Rodriguez. Muck. Val, and 
Melissa, Erika for being a good friend I can talk to, and 
everyone else I have met and known here. Future 
Goals: Besides being happy, successful, having a lot of 
friends and money, I really don't know. 
BUSCH, BILL 
43 Glenridge Dr. 

Activities: Varsity Swimming 1,2,3.4; Varsity Track 3,4; 
Varsity Football 4; French Club 3; Hall decorating 4. 
Thanks To: Mike for keeping me company in home- 
room; Brian for being such a good friend and eating all 
our food; Craig for organizing social events; Al for always 
making me look on the bright side; Robin for being a good 




friend over the summer and in Advanced Biology; Mark 
for driving me around. Future Goals: Hike the Appala- 
chian Trail and tour the world. 
BYRD, RONNIE 
87 Ent Rd 

Activities: J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Hall 
decorating 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Coach Powder Puff 3,4. 
Thanks To: Me, Jim, Chris, Darryl, Jim L., The Foot- 
ball Team and Colonel Campbell, Coach Sab and Coach 
Petrillo for everything! Special thanks to my parents. 
Future Goals: To go on tour with O'Malley's Merry 
Band of Merry Men. 
CAMPBELL, DONN 
66 Pine Hill Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Football 2,3, capt 4; Winter Track 
1,2,3; Spring Track 1,2,3. Thanks To; Barge, Bauman, 
Opus, Beef, Pete, Charger, Doug. 
CAPEZZUTO. ANDREA 
44 Hartwell rd. 

Activities: A.F.S. 1,2; French Club 3. Thanks To: K.T., 
P.S., K.S., S.M., E.G., L.B., M.J., A O. and especially 
thanks to T.H. for being the best friend a person could 
have. Future Goals: To go to college, get a good job and 
make lots of money, or marry a millionaire, whichever 
comes first! 
CAREY, ROBERT 
10 Dewey Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Rifle Team 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Madrigal 4; Spanish Club 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 
1,2,3,4; Drill Team 3,4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad (with 
love of course). Bill, Adam (Abadam), Matt, Shorty 
(Bill), Simon, Freddie Krueger, Neil O'Brien, James 
Bond, Jim Paton, Capt. James T. Kirk, Eric Sandblom, 
Ferris Bueller, Neil Couvee, Clive Barker, and the Seno- 
vites. Future Goals: To go to college and graduate; pos- 
sibly find a break in acting or show business; to encounter 
new life and new civilizations and to boldly go where no 
man has gone before. 
CARLSON, DAVE 
26 Hartford St. 

Activities: Freshman Football 1; J.V. Football 2; Varsi- 
ty Football 3,4; J.V. Lacrosse 1; Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4; 
S.B. 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Rich, Nana, Bull; 
all the guys on the football and lacrosse teams; thanks to 
J.C., D.F., D.J., M.S., J.D., S.P., J.P., J.H., P.D., and 
special thanks to J. B.C. Future Goals: Surf the North 
Shore; snowboard in the Alps; live in Australia or Califor- 
nia, become one of the Lost Boys. 
CARR, EMILY 

Activities: Ski Team 1,2,3,4; J.V. Tennis 1,2,3,4; A.F.S 
3,4; French Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 3,4. Thanks To: 
Lilo, Bob, Kathy, Neera, Nancy, Ralph, David, Daniel, 
Mary Jean, Jen, Meredith, Roberta, Tracy, Robin, Mr 



Huff, Miss Curran. Future Goals: To become a mission- 
ary in Africa. 
CASEY, STEVE 

Thanks To: Mrs. Barbara Davis, Mrs. Joan Schirmer, 
Mrs. Mary Bobrowski, Miss Diana Duffy. Future Goals: 
To join the Navy and have fun. 
CHUBB, COURTNEY 
5 Andrews Cr. 

Activities: Varsity Swimming 1,2, Capt. 3,4; Legislative 
Committee 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4; Debate 1; Student Advisory 
Council 4; French Club 4. Thanks To: Rene, my swim- 
ming buddy; SS-shtch, PS(H.S.); Nat T.; special thanks 
to Carl T., mom and dad, swim team members, Claude, 
S.R., everyone at the lunch table, and all the teachers 
who made class fun. Future Goals: To obtain a great 
deal of power and influence over a large number of peo- 
ple, work on Capitol Hill, and forever be involved in 
politics. 

CLANCY, DAVID 

26 Fox Run Rd. 

Activities: Band 1; J.V. Soccer 1,2; Varsity Soccer 3,4; 
Ski team 2,4; Tennis 2,3, Varsity 4; Spanish Club 3,4; 
Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; Student Advisory Commit- 
tee 3,4; Newspaper 2,3, editor 4. Thanks To: Mom and 
Dad, Sue and Karen, BHS, A S., B.H., G.M., A.A., and 

C. C. Future Goals: To graduate from college, make a 
million dollars, live a successful life, or live to see the Red 
Sox win the World Series, whichever comes first. 
CLEMONS, CHRIS 

10 Sibley Dr. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,3; Varsity Soccer 4; Varsity 
Rifle Team 1,2,3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,4. Thanks To: 
My Family; all my friends; the boys (and girls) soccer 
team; A.A.; DAVIS; DC, C.H., S.K., P.M., and any extra- 
curricular activities that served as tension breakers. Fu- 
ture Goals: To be a graduate of a good college with a 
masters degree in accounting. To be very happily married 
with a good job, or madly in love with the girl of my 
dreams. 

COLLITON, JAMES 

21 Temple Terrace 
CONCANNON, DAVE 
35 Glenridge Drive 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Varsity Soccer 2,3, Capt 4; 
Concert band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3,4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad, F T., Ant. Davis, 
B.H., C.H., D.F., M M., D R., G.M., and H.B. Future 
Goals: To attend college this fall and have a successful 
life. 

CONNORS, PAUL 

362 South Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Ice Hockey 2,3,4; Varsity Golf 3,4; 
Lacrosse 3,4; Football 1. Thanks To: A.A., D.B., T.B., 

D. C., R.C., P.D., P.D., D.J., CM., T.J.M., G.P., B.S., A.P., 
M.S., G.M., J. P., D.G., J.C. and everybody else. Future 
Goals: To attend college and play college ice hockey. 
COOK, JIM 

29 Patterson Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Football 2,3; Varsity Football 4; 
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Hall decorating 4. Thanks To: Ronnie, 
Chris, Jim, Mike, Craig, Daryle, Shawn, all the football 
coaches for their patience, the football team and all my 
friends. Future Goals: To attend the University of Ida- 
ho. To bag a trophy elk and to catch a ten pound bass. 
COOK, LAURA 
25 Elmbrook Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Swim Team (Diving) 1,2,3,4; Varsity 
Tennis Team 2,3,4; Outdoor Lunch 1,2,3,4; J.V. Tennis 
Team 1; Concert Band 1.2; Spanish Club 3. Thanks To: 
x-mas - remember the bear; thanx for good times and 
sharing bad times, hey dude - thanx for making it a wild 
one. J. - for always being happy. Especially you M., for all 
of your luv. 1 luv you! Future Goals: To reserve the 
right to smoke; to put flowers on Leonard's grave; to 
figure out the way to enjoy life. 
COONEY, KEITH 
53 Old Billerica Rd. 

Activities: R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; drill Team 
3,4; Color Guard 3,4. Thanks To: T.C., A.B., N O., S.G., 
B.H., M.B., S.M., R.L., and M M. for being my friends; 
Mr. M., Mr.D., Mr. S., Mr. P., Lt. Col C. for being my 
teachers; D.F. Cooney, R.M. Cooney for being my par- 
ents. Future Goals: To graduate from college and to be 
successful in my life. 
CORIATY, SEAN 

11 Constitution Drive 

Activities: Wrestling 3,4; Thanks To: T.L., R.M., S.M., 
and my family, especially Mom, Dad, and Chris. Future 
Goals: To be happy with myself if I succeed and satisfied 
with my efforts if I don't. 
CURLEY, KEVIN 
45 Neillian Way 



DALRYMPLE, DEBBIE 

Activities: Math League 1,2,3, co-captain 4; Science 
League 4; Spanish Club 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Telemedia 2,3,4; 
Prom decorating 3; Ensemble 1; Choir 2,3,4; Musical 
2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Tournament 3,4, director 3. 
Thanks To: J.W., S.W., J.M., R.F., D R., C.T., T.D., 
L.F., N.P. and all the rest. Special thanks to Alan who has 
made this a great year, and Mrs. M. who helped me 
through one of my toughest years. I also want to thank 
Bill and Lynda. Even though you graduated last year, I'll 
never forget you. I love you all- Future Goals; To be 
happy and find love on earth and beyond. And to help 
Lynda discover the last Banbapoppas's name. 
DECAPRIO. JEFF 
104 Fletcher Rd. 

Thanks To: Everyone Involved. Future Goals: To buy 
a Harley. 

DEDRICK, ROBIN 

18 Nickerson Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Girls Basketball Mgr. 1; Softball 2. 
Thanks To: My mother for always being there when I 
needed her, thanks mom - 1 love you! Thanks to my sister 
Chrisie - you're the best! And to all my friends at B.H.S., 
especially D.P., CM., J.M., V.S., M.M., E.H., E.C Special 
thanks to my boyfriend Jim for always being there for me 
through the good times and the bad. Thanks, hon! I'll 
always love you! Future Goals: To succeed with any- 
thing I put my mind to and to find peace and happiness 
in everything I do. 
DINITTO, EDWARD 
24 Eliot Rd. 

Activities: freshman Football 1; J.V. Hockey 3, Varsity 
4; J.V. Baseball 3, Varsity 4. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, 
Jimmy, Dan, S.M., B.M., Scott, P.D., T.L., D.C., R.F., 
L.C.,.J.C.,.T.S.,C.M. 
DINITTO, KRISTEN 

Thanks To: M. and R. Thank You!; Tommy D., my love; 
kids - K.G.H.S.M.; M-hD; Gpt's; L-HM sisters 4-eva; L.C 
Radicals we R! A.A., K.P., F.H., J.H., D.D., S.D., T.S. 
Rebels, 'The gang!'; Luv u all! Party Time!! Remember B- 
car; XRcar-D.D. Future Goals: To be successful; Stay 
Radical and never grow old! 
DION, PETER 
245 North Rd. 
DMOCHOWSKI, LAURA 
17 Offutt Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 2; Varsity Field Hockey 3, 
captain 4; Winter Track 2; Ski Team 3,4; Spring Track 
2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching 
Band 3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Forum 3; Spanish 
Club 3, officer 4; Hall decorating 1,3,4. Thanks To: T O., 
K M., J.W..(blue), N.T., T.K., H.B., M M., B.G., P.S., 
S.W., E.M., D.C, G.M., M.A., L.B., D.H., D.F. and every- 
body. I love all of "y'all." Future Goals: Of course to be 
happy, to be successful, to completely understand phys- 
ics, and last but not least to grow 4 inches 
DOUGHTY, KATHY 
33 Curve St. 




Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Varsity Soccer 2, capt. 3,4; Fr. 
Basketball 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; 
Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Ac- 
companist 1,4; Double Sextette 3,4; Spring Musical 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; French Club 3,4; Homeroom Rep 2,3,4; Slave 
Auction 3; Hall decorating 1,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Year- 
book 3,4. Thanks To: Everyone who has been a part of 
my life; all my friends with whom I've shared many good 
times. Thanks especially to my Mom and Pop for always 
being there and making me feel loved, and a special 
thanks to my sister Heather. Also: H.B. (STENDS), L.A., 
J.D., M. J., D. W., Mr. D., L.P., P.D., S.P.. G.P., G.M., K.V., 



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B.T., L.B., D.B., J.L., A.B., M.E., H.W., R.M.. A.R., A.G.. 
K.M., K.B., R.C., J.E.,.W.S.K., the Russia Crew, and J.C. 
(you always make me laugh.) Future Goals: Have fun, 
be happy with myself and be free to do whatever I want. 
Travel, be a scuba diver instructor at a Club Med in the 
Carribean, and visit the real Wally World. 
DUDA, PETER 
297 Concord Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Fresh- 
man Football 1; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; J.V. 
Hockey 2; Varsity Hockey 3,4; Advanced D 1,2,3,4. 
Thanks To: My family; all my friends; D.; Football 
Team; K.D., L.P., M..S., H.A.M., P.D., P.C., CM., R.H., 
R.M., K.S., E.D., CO., R.D., J.C, B.S., D.C, Fishing. 
Future Goals: To have a marriage where both me and 
my wife are suicidally in love with each other. 
DWORSHAK, TODD 
1 Jeffrey Circle 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Varsity Swim Team 1,2,3,4; 
Telemedia 1,2,3,4, Exec. Brd 4; N.H.S. 3,4; French Club 4; 
Yearbook 3. Thanlis To: J.S., CM., O.K., C.T., R.F., 
J.M., J.W., D.D., T.K., R.P., M. and D. Future Goals: 
To be successful, but never to let success interfere with 
my happiness. 
ENNIS, CAROLINE 
29 Wildwood Drive 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1,2, Capt. 3,4; Freskman Bas- 
ketball 1, Varsity 2; Powder Puff 3,4; Hall decorating 
1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: W.M., N.F., 
M.L., P.R., K.G., S.B., J.C, G.M., T.B. Thanks for all the 
good times. I LOVE YOU GUYS! Thanks for al the mem- 
ories - "The Soccer Girls", "Milkmen"; also D.W. - I 
LOVE YA! And especially Dennis - All My Love Always - 

A. T.W. Future Goals: To go to college and become a 
successful accountant; to get rich, get married, and get a 
candy apple and a red Lambourghini, not necessarily in 
that order. 

EVANS, GREGORY 

34 Hillside Ave. 
EVANS, MEREDITH 

34 Hillside Ave 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3, Capt. 
4; Track 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff 3; Ensembles 1,2; Hall deco- 
rating 1,2,4. Thanks To: K.G., A.B., S.N., S.P., H.B., 

B. B., J.L. and the milkmen, for putting up with me for 
four years. Future Goals: To surf tandem with the Gre- 
ta Kahuns. 

FAIRBANKS, LAURA 

6 Carlisle Rd. 

Activities: Math League 2,3; Musical Crew 1; Student 
Production Night Crew 3,4. Thanks To: Mom, Julie, 
and Wayne for everything; Bridget and Julee for being 
the bestest friends a girl could have; D.D. and A.B. for 
keeping me entertained in Analysis; D.Z. - Stay Gold; also 
Nana, Papa, M.F., J. A., M B., and everyone I forgot. Fu- 
ture Goals: To do something artsy, help little furry 
animals, peace, love, and happiness. 
FEIRABEND, DAVE 
2A Scott Circle 

Activities: S.B. 1,2,4; Varsity Football 4; Choir 4; La- 




crosse 4. Thanks To: D.H., L.R., D.C. - 24 counter tackle 
trap on go. All the people who made it a little easier being 
the new kid on the block; L.M.R.; diet coke, coffee ice 
cream, culture; Mom, Dad, Amy, and Bo; Miss Dowling. 
Future Goals: Ski New Zealand, fix up my Nova, marry 
someone rich, graduate from college, own a house on the 
Cape and a house on Lake Tahoe. Understand women! 
Hear a teacher pronounce my last name correctly. 
FIATO, NICOLE 
45 Washington St. 

Activities: Varsity Lacrosse Manager 3; Powder Puff 3; 
Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: 



Mom and Dad, P R., J.C, S B., K G., G.M., S.M., T.B., 
L.A., S.S., especially to Wendy and Megan for always 
being there for me • Thanks for all the good memories; I 
love you guys! Future Goals: To be successful in what- 
ever I decide to do, and marry a rich man who can buy me 
my yellow Corvette! 
FINNEY, ERIC 
67B Scott Circle 

Activities: J.V. Baseball 2,3, Varsity 4; Varsity Basket- 
ball 4. Thanks To: all my friends for sharing the good 
times, giving me advice, and for just being real friends. 
Thanks to the baseball Uam. Thanks to T.R.,S.C., T.L., 
D.H. Future Goals: To go to college, study either Archi- 
tecture or Accounting, and try baseball. 
FLORES, ROBERT 
19 Brooksbie Rd. 

Activities: Math League 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Science 
League 4; Spanish Club 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,4; 
Chamber Music 3,4; Choir 1,2; Madrigal 3,4; Musical 
1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Tournament 1,2; Regionals 2, 
Spring Play 3,4. Thanks To: C.T., D.K., T.D., D.D., 
J.M., S.W., H.F., A G., J.W., A.B. Future Goals: To 
think like Albert Einstein, to sing like Placido Domingo, 
to act like Lawrence Olivier, to play the violin like Itzhak 
Perlman, and to golf like my brother. 
FONTAINE, HEIDI 
6 Elmbrook Circle 
FOX, DAVE 
400 Davis Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Lacrosse 1,2, Varsity 
3,4; J.V. Soccer 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Ski Team 3. Thanks To: 
CC, Smu, Davis, Weazel, Mazola, S.Y., Spuf, A. P., 
Moose, Ziggy, A. A., Pete, Jim, Som K., Dusty. Special 
thanx to all my friends, Dad, Mom, and especially Lin. 
Good luck everyone!!! Future Goals: To go to school, 
graduate, live very comfortably in a big house and get 
married - sure. To sit in my chair and remember all the 
good times and to give someone a special phone call for a 
trip to Cancun. Oh, never to bet with Mr. Huff again!! 
GALVAN, ERICA 
30A Scott Circle 

Activities: Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2,3; Span- 
ish Club 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Pep Band 1,2,3; 
Volleyball 2. Thanks To: My parents for their support; 
my friends who were always there for me; and thanks to 
S.M. for always helping me with my law. Thanks to R.B. 
for always listening to me, even if what I said didn't make 
sense! Thanks to my brothers too; they might get on my 
nerves, but I still love them and to my grandmother 
for.. .well for just being herself. Future goals: To go to 
Hawaii and spend 4 weeks at Maui, and then maybe 
attend college. 
GARDNER, ED 
36 Crescent Ave. 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3, Capt.4; Football 1,2; Baseball 
2. Thanks To: S R., T P., P.P., P.R., S B., A.B., L.T., 
K.D. Thanks to Mom and Dad and especially R.G. Fu- 
ture Goals: To go to college and play hockey, and ride 
the Supercross circuit. Be rich and live in the mountains. 
Yeah baby. 

GLEASON, CATHERINE 

29 Sweetwater Ave. 

Activities: Track 1; yearbook 3,4; Spanish Club 4; 
Homeroom rep 3; SADD 4; Prom decorating 3; Hall deco- 
rating 4. Thanks To: Dad and Maureen for sticking by 
me; special thanks to Diane and Sheila for being my best 
friends, Diane remember I'm 2 ahead of you (Oh! not any 
more) Sheila - California 2000. Also thanx to M.L., A.D., 
D.D., M.C, A.M., D.G., T.D. D.D. Christine, there's no 
monkeys in the trees and they have happy cheeseburgers. 
Future Goals: To make it thru college, and after that to 
move to California with Sheila to have our fraggle garden 
and to some day go to St. John with Diane and meet Mel 
Gibson. 

GODART, KRISTIN 

Activities: Flags 3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4. Thanks 
To: S.B., P.R., J.C, G.M., T.B., W.M., M L., N.F., C.E., 
K.A., R,M., D.P., K G., A.B., A..R., P.D., S.C, P..J., E.G., 
and everyone else. Thanks for all the good times. Thanks 
to Mom and Amy. I love you all. Good Luck! Future 
Goals: To be happy and successful. 
GOEL, ARUNA 

Activities: SADD 2,4; Yearbook 4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 3,4. Thanks To: Tracey, Amy, Heidi, Rob- 
ert, Sara. Future Goals: Ph.D. in Psychology. 
GOODALE, LISA 
51B Scott Circle 

Activities: J.V. Gymnastics 1, Varsity 2; J.V. Swimming 
2, Mgr 3; French Club 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Yearbook Business 
Editor 4; Math League 1. Thanks To: Mom and Dad for 
their support; Dave, Paul, and Leslie for caring; Bill for 
being there when I needed him; my friends for their love 



and caring, and the teachers at Bedford High for making 
my years there enriching. Future goals: "To be success 
ful at everything I do and to help others to the best of my 
abilities. 

GOODPASTER, BETH 

105 Davis Rd. 

Activities: Ensembles 1,2; Choir 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; 
Marching Band 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; French Club 3,4; N.H.S 
3,4; Forum 4; Yearbook 4; Spring Drama Props Manager 
3; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: The new and im 
proved Goodpaster family, all my friends - especiallv 
S.W., N.P., P.S., E.M., M.J.P., N.T., L.D.., K.M.. J.W , 
J.M. and Louie - the love of my life! Future Goals: To 
go to whichever college is crazy enough to accept me, and 
I'll figure out my goals there. 




GORGENS, KIM 

38 Old Stage Coach Rd. 

Activities: Swim Team 1,2,3; Ski Team 2,3; Powder Puff 
3; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, my Glyn- 
jemin, Valby, Davey, Dave, Stathe, Scotchie, Lizzy, Bean, 
Jen, Kerrie, D.R., Rick's, Mia, Pat, Mackman, D.B. and 
all the rest of you. Future Goals: To find a husband who 
will put up with me. to have kids who don't have my nose, 
to live in a house on the ocean, to do something meaning- 
ful with my life, and to drive a monster, mudder 4X4 
Jeep. 

GOYETTE, STEPHANIE 

108 Ent Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Softball 1, Varsity 4; Hall decorating 1,4; 
Prom decorating 4; P.O. A. 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: Mic for 
all the parties and talks; E.F., S C., K.S., C.H., D.H., P.J., 
S R., S C. Big thanks to the Y.C crew who've always been 
there, Mr. and Mrs. H. for giving me a second home, Jul 
and Lisa my other sisters. Special thanks to Marcy, Mom, 
Dad - I'll always be your "lil Ace." Biggest thanks of all to 
Heather for being my best friend through it all and to 
Dave whom I love very much. Future Goals: To become 
a social worker; marry a man I love very much; live next 
door to Heather in Hawaii, have our kids either be best 
friends or marry, and me and Heather can spend the rest 
of our lives on the beach and runing up our husbands' 
charge cards. 
GREELISH, DAVE 
8 Gould Rd. 

Activities: Concert band 3,4; J.V. Golf 1, Varsity 2,4; Ski 
Team 1,2; French Club 4; Spring Track 3; Telemedia 1; 
Marching Band 4; Science Team 4; Class Treasurer 1,2. 
Thanks To: Mom and dad, Sam, C.T., S.W., A.B. and 
the J.Y.M'8, the W.P. gang. Cam and the B. brothers, 
S.M., D.W. Future Goals: To be successful at whatever 
occupation I may choose 
GRIFFIN, SIMEON 
93 Concord Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 2, Varsity 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Spanish 
Club 3,4; Varsity Spring Track 3,4; Varsity Winter Track 
4. Thanks To: T.C, J.J., A.B., B.H., B Y., J.P., N.O. for 
providing a diversion from school. Mom and Dad for 
encouragement and for making sure I did my work when I 
didn't want to. Dad for helping me train. Future Goals: 
To go to a prestigious college and be part of Varsity 
Athletics there. While I am there I'm going to try to 
figure out what I want to do with my life. When I get out 
I'll rule the world along with my friends. 
GROF, DARYLE 
27 Summer St. 

Activities: Football 1,3; Baseball 3,4. Thanks To: Fam- 
ily, Chris, Cookie, Byrdman, Spider, Hygiene, Jim L., 
Mad Dog, The Sheik, Mark, Jeff, Greg, The Englishman. 
Future Goal8:To be successful, see Red Sox win the 
World Series, see the Bruins win the Stanley Cup, meet 
Dale Murphy, see a Led Zeppelin Reunion Tour, to Jam 
with the Cult and Aerosmith. 



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GUIDETTI, DEAN 
8 Jeffrey Circle 
HACKFORD, RICHARD 

Activities: J.V. Baseball 1.2; Automotive Club 1,2,3. 
Thanks To: My parents, my sister, and my very best 
friends Paul, Todd, Chris, and Toby. Special thanks to a 
great member of my past and hopefully many years of 
good friendship: Larry F. Murphy. Future Goals: To 
move back to Maryland and go to St. Mary College and 
majoe in mechanical engineering; to enjoy life! 
HALE, DEVIN 
59A Scott Circle 

Activities: Wind Ensemble 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Football 3,4; 
Ja22 Band 1,2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3,4. Thanks To: Ed, D.F., 
P.L., B.H., L.W., D.R., J.D. Future Goals: Be rich 
HAMBY, CHRIS 

1 Clark Circle 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1, Varsity 2,3, Captain 4; Ski 
Team 1,2,3, Captain 4; J.V. Lacrosse 1, Varsity 2,3.4; 
French Club 3. Thanks To: Mom amd Dad. Brad and 
Jonathan; A.A.. D.C., D.C., D.C., T.J.. J.C.. P.D.. D.B.. 
T.B. and everybody I missed. Future Goals: Join Bob 
Sullivan in the liberation of Eastarn Europe and become 
a two-bit ruler of a totalitarian regime. 
HANDLEY, MICHAEL 
96A Scott Circle 

Activities: Golf 4; Swim Team 4; Tennis 4. Thanks To: 
B.M.. S.C. and all of the others that helped me make it 
through my two years at Bedford. I hope I see all of you at 
the class reunion in a few years. Future Goals: Go to 
college, move to California, and make lots of money 
HANLEY, ROBERT 
235 South Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Stickball 3,4; 
Winter Track 1,2,3; Spring Track 1.3; Lacrosse 2; Watar 
Polo 1,2; Hall decorating 1,2,3.4; Prom decorating 3. 
Thanks To: Mo and Pete. Ma and Pa, Davis. Cone. 
Spoof, the Alacrity, G.M.. B.S., Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, 
Bobby, and Cindy for the times between 5 and 6; the 
stickball league and all its affiliates. X-C Team, and to 
everyone that made this high school more enjoyable. Fu- 
ture Goals: To make a career in the field of architecture 
and to someday win the stickball triple crown. 
HANNON, ROBYN 
6 Garrison Dr. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 2. Varsity 3.4; Double sextette 
3.4; A.F.S. 2,3.4; SADD 1,2.3,4; Spanish Club 2,3.4; Prom 
decorating 2.3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Choir 1.2; Hall decorating 
2.4; Powder Puff 4; Yearbook 4; V. President of Personnel 
and corporate secretary M-B enterprises 4. Thanks To: 
Carol Ann. playmate; Mickey, Larry, Pammie, Sissy, 
Tweasie. Tracey. Doug. Mike. Julie. Ziggy. Timi etc.; spe- 
cial thanks to Mr.Palmer, Mr. Corliss, Miss GuUage, Miss 
Curran. my parents, and. of course, coach. Thanks to all 
you others not mentioned. Future Goals: To earn a 
degree in Business Administration, to be a roommate 
with Carol Ann and get our baseball mit; to get married, 
raise children, and be rich! 
HARRIS. MARION 

2 Atherstone St.. Dorchester 




HECTOR, TRACEY 

3 Ruben Duren Way 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1. capt 2,3, Varsity 4; Ensembles 
1.2,3,4; SADD 1,2,3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Powder 
Puff 4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: Amy, Aruna. Bubba. 
A.C., S.M., Miss Hanley, R.H. Thanks. Mom, Dad, and 
Steve, and thanks to all the rest of my friends. Future 
Goals: To get a degree in marketing, to have a career in 
business, to get married and have children. 
HEUMANN, HEATHER 
108 Ent Rd. 

Activities: Hall decorating 3,4; Powder Puff 4; Cheer- 



leading Capt 4; Prom decorating 4; PGA 1.2.3.4. Thanks 
To: Kimba, Kimmie and Stacie Q. for all the great times. 
Eddie for everything, and Darryl for making things fun! 
Also E.G.. D.H.. D.F.. D.H.. P.C.. B.S.. D.B.. A.S.. S R., 
L.T., P.M., P.J., M.L., C.H., Tee. Julie, and Lisa. And a 
very, very special thanks to Mom and Dad and Steff And 
Steff, thanks for being the very best friend! I love ya! 
Future Goals: To meet and marry a very rich and gor- 
geous guy. Live in Hawaii next door to Steff; have our 
kids marry and then she and I can shop our lives away, 
flying to different, exotic places. 
HIGHAM, ANNE 
34 Glenridge Rd. 

Thanks To: All of the people who have made these years 
fun - Jen and Andrea. R.H.. K.S.. K.T., B.M.. D.S., J's 
nan, and the family I have. Future Goals: To travel to 
India, then travel around the world on a magic carpet 
picking up peple as I go. and to be always thinking. 
HINDMAN, BRENT 

10 Adams Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Football 4; N.H.S. 4; French Club 4. 
Thanks To: All my new friends at Bedford H.S. who 
made my first and last year here a great one! Future 
Goals: To get the education I didn't get in school and 
make it to the "Big" time 
HIRSCH, MICHELLE 
24 Fox Run Rd. 

Activities: A.F.S. 1.2.3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,4; Swim- 
ming 1; Powder Puff 4; Part time job 1,2.3,4; Co-op 4. 
Thanks To: My family, Bethie, Jim, Kelly. Joe, Dee, 
Kim, and Mike, and all those who have stood by me 
through these years. Thanks! You all mean the world to 
me! I love you all! Special Thanks To: Mr. Palmer, Mr. 
Corliss, and Mrs. Hovsepian. Future Goals: To be a 
kindergarten teacher, get married, have 6 children, and 
live happily ever after (in that order.) 
HOLTZMAN, RENE 
32 Fox Run Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Swim Team 1.2,3, Capt. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
French Club 3,4; A.F.S. 1.2.3,4; Forum 4; Homeroom rep. 
3; SADD 3,4; Spring Track 3. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. 
C.C.. N.T.. T.K.. J.B.. S.S.. P.S.. S.W.. the Wedgewood 
staff of '87. the entire "2nd lunch" crew - Good Luck to 
you all! P.S. "IL FAUT MANGER LE GYROSCOPE." 
Future Goals: To go into a language related field and 
someday live in Holland again. 
HUFFMAN, WILLIAM 
4 Dana Rd. 

Activities: Lip sync contest 3; Drama Club 4. Thanks 
To: T.C.. S.G.. B Y.. A.B. for being there and everywhere; 
to live life, cause without it. I'd be dead; to 3 English 
teachers - B.M.. D.H., J.J. who encouraged my writing 
ability; my mom for love, support, and money; McDon- 
alds for a job to increse responsibility (ha) and income; 
and to music - the only perfect grasp of reality I had. 
Future Goals: To live in California, act, become famous, 
win numerous awards and prove Adam wrong; or be a 
good journalist. 
HUNT, JULIE 

11 Page Rd. 

Acitivities: Varsity Soccer 1; Spring Track 1; Student 
Athletic Trainer 1; Drama Club 2,3,4; Spring Play 2,3,4; 
Tournament 2,3,4; Regional Competition 2; Student Pro- 
duction Night 3,4; Musical 4; Shakespeare Competition 4; 
Yearbook 4. Thanks To: The other 2/3 of the "Three 
Musketeers", Bee and Rusty we've been through it all 
and back again! You guys are the ULTIMATE! I love you! 
Joyus - you're fantastic! the "tourney team" - you know 
who you are: Mark, friends are forever; to the "Top of the 
Tenors". Dusty; Amylove and Jenny; youth ministry; 
Pete and Jim; R.H.. M M.. M.H.. T.H.. A.S.. S.K.. E.M.. 
M.B., P.C., D.C., the Grays, Fr. S., Fr P., and F.T.. "Age." 
Special Thanks to you. Dean for EVERYTHING! Fu- 
ture Goals: Fantasy: To win the Oscar in the year 2000 
(and not be so nervous in doing it.) Reality: To become 
the best R.N. this state has ever seen - in other words the 
next Florence Nightingale; to visit Nashville and the 
Grand Old Opry;to have my little log cabin in the middle 

of the woods with 

HUPPERICH, ERIKA 
13 Wildwood Dr. 

Activities: Swim Team 1; Concert Band 1; Yearbook 4. 
Thanks To: My luv Ed, Mom. Dad. and Al. L.C.. R.D.. 
CM., SHMORE, S.K., K.S.. K.C.. L W.. also to my broth- 
er John. Future Goals: To finish H.S.. to pass Math, to 
hopefully one day write my own book; to go to college, 
then get married and buy a huge house, and rent a limo 
service; hang-glide, mountain climb, white water raft. 
JANOWSKY, LANCE 
411 Davis Rd. 

Thanks To: I would like to thank all of my new friends 
at B.H.S. and especially Kim and Kerri Snelson for being 



so nice to me and making me feel comfortable in a new 
school. 

JARVIS, PAT 

49B Scott Circle 

Activities: Varsity Football 2.3,4; Varsity Track 1,3. 
Thanks To: Dave, Don, T.J.. Pete. Jim. Tom, Scott, 
Jamie, Bob, P.M., J.C., P R., S.B., K.G., N.F., W.M., M.J., 
Mom, Dad, and special thanks to Tami Beecy. Future 
Goals: Marry a nice girl, move to Washington state, and 
live in the mountains. 
JENSEN, JEFF 
15 Hill Terrace 

Activities: J.V. Football 3; Drill Team 4; ROTC 1.2.3.4; 
Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: Matt Brown. Matt 
Bruce, Jeff Rivet. Also Mom and Dad. Future Goals: To 




go into the Air Force; to meet and jam with Metallica and 
Anthrax. 
JONES, DOUG 
14 Reeves Rd. 

Activities: Freshman Football 1. J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4; J.V. 
Lacrosse 1, Varsity 2.3,4; Concert Band 3.4; J.V.S.B. 1, 
Varsity 2.3.4. Thanks To: J.B.C.. SCORPS. The G.S.T.s 
with D.C. and J.C.. P.S., M.S., and the Vette, B.S., T.M., 
T.B., J.W., D.B., D.C, J.C, S.R.. R.K.. J.P.. E.B.. P.J.. 
B.A.. C.H.. P.C. L.P., P.D., CO., P.D., R.C, and Mom 
and Dad. Future Goals: To stop at the TOP, and while 
there buy a brand new Station wagon with stereo-cas- 
sette, A.C., cruise control, and vanity plates. 
KENNEDY, DANIEL 
4 Fern Way 

Activities: Concert Band 1.2; Wind Ensemble 2.3,4; Jazz 
Ensemble 1,2,3.4; Marching Band 1.2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; 
Pit Orchestra 2; Musical 3,4; Madrigal 3.4; Barbershop 
Quartet 3; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3.4; Spring Play 
1.2.3,4; Math League 1; Telemedia 3; Programming Board 
4; Winter Track 2; N.H.S. 3, Co-President 4; Boys' State 
3; French Club 4. Thanks To: XJ and DMK, Kate, Dave. 
Matt, and Josh; Woodmoor Acres: D.B.. J.B.; Center 
School: K.D.. J.E.. B.H.. A.S., S,W.; Lane School: J.M.. 
J.W.; JGMS: D.C. D.D., T.D., R.F., B.G., J.H., T.K., 
G.M., K.M., N.P., B.S., P.S; BHS: R.H.. P.K.S., and the 
lenny-type percussionists B.B., J.T., R.A. uh, and Carl. 
Future Goals: To one day own a drum set so large that I 
have to reach behind me to hit some of the cymbals. 
KHOXAYO, SOMMALA 
87 Old Burlington Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Concert Band 3; 
French Club 4; Class Vice-President 1; Ski Team 2; Track 
3. Thanks To: All the teachers who have supported me 
and encouraged me to study harder, so as to upgrade my 
understanding of English; especially my tutor Mrs. Hur- 
ley, from 5th to 9th grade. Future Goals: To succeed in 
whichever field I major in in college. 
KIILEBREW, STACIE 
200 Springs Rd. 

Activities: Softball 3.4; Powder Puff 4; SADD 4; Hall 
decorating 4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: Kimby. my party 
buddy and very "special" friend; Kimba and Heath for all 
the fun times, and georgia for being there, always. Also to 
my Mom, Dad, Pat, cousins, and everyone else! Future 
Goals: To go to college, become successful in whatever I 
do, and get married. 
KOSTISHAK, SARA 

Activities: Track Manager 1; Marching Band 1,2; Flag 
Squad 3.4; Double Sextette 2.3.4; Musical 1.2,3,4; A.F.S. 
3.4; French Club 3.4. Thanks To : Mum. Dad. Julie. 
Matt, Julie M., Melissa, Laura. Paula. Mark, and every- 
body else. Future Goals: To live long, prosper, and find 
and return my Algebra II book. 
KRAMER, RICHARD 
34 Elm Brook Rd. 

Activities: Football 1. Soccer 2,3; Ski 1,2.3,4; Tennis 



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1,2.3,4. Thanks To: CO., C.C., A.B., G.S., D.J., J.W., and 
the rest of my friends. Future Goals: To fix my car. 
KUPIEC, TAMAR 
6 Glen Terrace 

Activities: Cross Country 1,2,3, Capt. 4; WinUr Track 
1,2; Spring Traclt 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensem- 
ble 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Telemedia 3,4; Student 
Drama Production 3; French Club 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Forum 
2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Greater Boston Student 
Advisory Committee 4; N.H.S. 3,4. Thanks To: My fam- 
ily and all of my friends for their encouragement and 
support. 

LACOVARA, MEGAN 
88 Hartwell Rd. 

Activities: Softball 2,3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Prom 
decorating 3; Powder Puff 3,4; Basketball Manager 1. 
Thanks To: W.M., S B., T.B., K.G., L.G., G.S., K.A., and 
Jans. Special thanks to Niks and Pams for being my best 
buddies; Scott for always being there. I LOVE YOU! A.A. 



J. 




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- for helping us get to U. Mass. Future Goals: To own a 
travel agency, drive a white Cabroulet, and marry the 
man of my dreams. 
LALIBERTE, MICHELLE 
263 Old Billerica Rd. 

Thanks To: M. and M. (kid), for all the good times, (P. 
Pal). D.G. (my love), T. Hembug (Summer '85', soco), 
D P.. K.Q., D M., (Ruf, Pin, Small), K.C., R.M., B.M.. C. 
Hayward, (Cindy Lou), Bert S. Future Goals: Goin' to 
California. 

LAMBERT NICHOLE 

55C Scott Circle 

Activities: Yearbook 1; Newspaper Staff 1,2. Thanks 
To: I would like to give a special thanks to Andre Taylor 
for making my 11th and 12th grade years very special and 
the most memorable. 1 would like to thank Nobie Harris 
and Daonysia Zeigler (hope we get accepted to the same 
college) for being a friend. I would also like to say good 
luck to Bubba, Franklin, and Nobie in graduating next 
year. Most of all, 1 would like to say thanks to my Mom, 
Dad. and teachers for helping me reach the point where I 
am today. Future Goals: I plan to become a doctor in 
Child Psychology and to be a model and travel in my 
spare time with the Ebony Fashion Fair. 
LANIER, PERVIS 
20 Hill Terrace 

Activities: Varsity Football 3. Captain 4. Thanks To: I 
would like to thank Mom. Dad. and my little sister for 
being there when I need them. I love each and every one 
of you and I'll always be there if you need me. Special 
thanks to the Rowells. especially Sarah for showing me 
how much she cared and for being a big part of my life. 
Thanks to B.P.P. and R.R. for being the best friends I 
ever had. Finally to the one person who leads me through 
all my troubles, "THE LORD GOD." Future Goals: Go 
to college, play football, major in science, get drafted to 
the pros. 

LEONARDI, SEAN 

6 Macintosh St. 
LEVESQUE, RENE 

2 Neillian Way 

Activities: ROTC 3, Lieutenant 4; Drill Team 4. 
Thanks To: Mom and Michelle thanks for everything, 
love ya; N.O'B. for our band; B.S. for those good times; 
M.M. great times in Tech. Elect.; Bill Y. for the rides in 
your crazy car; the lunch table; G.W. Hockey 87; B.M. 
remember marching; Patty C. for keeping me company in 
the car and funny times in ROTC; K.C. for believing I 
could do it; Jen M. Happy times in English. Future 
Goals: To get my Cougar, go to college and major in 
Electronic Technology and establish my own business. 



Also to get married, have kids and to play my drums 
forever. (TAMA). 
LINEHAN, BRIDGET 

16 North Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 1; Powder Puff 3,4; Stu- 
dent Production Night Crew 3. Thanks To: Julee, a 
smile w/feet! You've never let me down! Laura, connected 
at the elbows! My longest known friend, and reflection. 
You two are more than my best friends, w/o you I'd never 
have made it through. The Hunt family. ..my second fam- 
ily - I love you guys! I always leave feeling happy and 
accepted. My family ■ thanks for love and tolerance. Sar - 
be good! To all the Daves and Marks in my life; Paula and 
Joyous. ..and my summer fiance - til we meet again. Fu- 
ture Goals: To teach my cat how to bark. 
LOLIS, JIM 
385 Great Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1. Varsity 4; Hall decorating. 
Thanks To: Many thanks to my family; special thanks 
to J.C., Chris. D.G., R.B.. the soccer varsity team, M.M., 
G.P., F.P., and the rest of my friends. Future Goals: 
Become the new owner of Steve's House of Pizza, get 
married, and spend the rest of my life in Bedford. 
LUND, JENNIFER 
10 Hemlock Lane 

Activities: Soccer 2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Choir 
1,2.3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 
4; Jazz 2,3,4; Double Sextette 2; French Club 3,4; Year- 
book Business Editor 4; Powder Puff 4; Hall decorating 
1,2,3,4. Thanks To: K.M., A.B., S B., A.R., D.L., D.H. 
Especially to M.E., EC, K.L. You guys are the BEST. 

C. A. couldn't have made it through wind without youl! 
Future Goals: To be happy. 

MACE, DAVID 
9 Genetti Circle 
MACKIE, CHRIS 
441 North Rd. 

Activities: Hockey 3,4; Spanish Club 3. Thanks To: 
Mom, Dad, Bob, R.M., J.M.. CM., T.S., E.D., S.Y., B.M.. 

D. C, V.S., Karen. Future Goals: To start my own busi- 
ness and have people work for me; also to be rich and 
drive a new car. 

MACZKO, BRIAN 
12 Beverly Rd. 

Activities: Golf 1; Girls Swim Team Manager 2,3; Boys 
Swim Team 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: D.A., S.R., C.B., S.Y., 
R.P., CM., K.J., S.S., E.D., N.I., J.P, thanks for being 
there. 

MARINO, MICHAEL 

4 Revolutionary Ridge 

Thanks To: Special thanks to my parents and family 
and friends who helped me through the years. Very spe- 
cial thanks to my parents who helped me through the 
hard times. They are the greatest! Future Goals: To go 
to college and be successful; to lead a fulfilling life; to ski 
the Swiss Alps. 
MAZZEO, WENDY 
20 Clark Rd. 

Activities: Powder Puff 3,4; Prom decorating 3; Hall 
decorating 1,2,3,4; Varsity Lacrosse Manager 3. Thanks 
To: S.M., P.R.. G.M., K G.. S B., M L., T.B., C.E.. I love 
you all. especially Nikki, Janet and Dana for always being 
there for me. And good luck to everyone in the class of 88! 
Last but not least I'd like to thank my whole family, I 
love you all, especially you Chrissy. Future Goals: To 
be successful at something, i haven't figured out what yet, 
and marry a real gorgeous man that I love very much. 
MAZZOTTA, MATTHEW 

17 Elmbrook Circle 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Varsity Ski Team 
1,2,3, Captain 4, J.V. Lacrosse 2. Thanks To: Dad. Mrs. 
Ha«gerty, Mr. P., Mr B., DC, D.R. (my twin), E.F., D.F., 
all the guys and Mission from God. Future Goals: To 
rule a colony of people who all have more common sense 
than intelligence. 
MCCOMBS, CINDY 
12 Reed Lane 

Activities: J.V. and Varsity Indoor Track Manager 2. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad. Al, R.D., D P., S.Y. - love ya, 
T.L., L.W. Future Goals: To live somewhere tropical 
with some great friends, a great guy, and a maid. Also to 
be there for as many people as have been there for me. 
MCCULLOCH, GEORGE 
3 Evans Ave 

Activities: J.V. Basketball 2, Captain 3; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3,4; Thanks To: Mom and Dad for starting me in 
the right direction; to my friends G.M., G.P., A. P.. M.S., 
P.C. the A.S. accomplices. Future Goals: To get a de- 
gree in mechanical engineering and have a happy life. 
MCCUNE, MARK 
443 North Rd. 

Activities: Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4. Thanks 



To: Greg Pike for playing "host" so many Saturday 
nights. To Craig Minassian for all the games of pool and 
water polo and also all the food and drink I ate at your 
house. To Mike Burke for all the tapes I borrowed and 
also for keeping my life interesting. Thanks M.F., V.L., 
J.N. Special thanks to B.S.. PC, G.M., D.G., CO., G.P., 
CM., M.B., and the many I forgot to mention, for keeping 
my high school years full of enjoyment. Future Goals: 
To win megabucks. move to the Carribean and open a 
restaurant, possibly a hotel, then become the 10th richest 
man in America. Maybe marry the girl I love and eventu- 
ally start a family; but first I want to graduate from here. 
MCGILLICK, SHERRY 

Activities: French Club 3.4; Hall decorating 4. Thanks 
To: T.H. It's been great! Hi to E.G., AC, E.M., M.M., 
P.S., K.T., A.O., and to K.M. where's my money?. ...I 
know, I'll get it next week. Future Goals: To be happy 
at whatever I do. 
MCGILVRAY, ERIKA 
3 Noreen Drive 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,2; Spring Track 1,2,4; Concert 
Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2; Madrigal 3,4; Choir 1,2; Dou- 
ble Sextette 2,3,4; Spanish Club Secretary 3; Citizenship 
Committee 2,3,4; Legislative Committee 2,3; Flag Squad 
Capt. 3,4; Marching Band 2; Lip Synch 3; Drama 4; Year- 
book 2,3.4; Newspaper 4; SADD 4; Prom decorating 3; 
Hall decorating 3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: My best 
friend M.J. - I could never have made it through school 
without you and your laugh. Good luck kiddo! Vicki - 
Spaz - USSR buddies all the way - have a great senior 
year; Flags and Ms. G. - you guys are wild, keep up the #1 
work. Youth Group gang - we've shared a lot of special 
times; Nantucketeers - remember, memories were made 
on Nantucket; Friends Forever: Pahtii, Chewels, Nicki- 
bum, Sharonwoman, Mussy Bethy, Noodle, Suzy Q., 
Wacky Jacky, Messy Bethy, T.K., A.G., L.M., J.B., and 
M.B. Amy S. - you've been a terrific buddy, have fun in 
high school; Kerstin, Heather, Mormer and Farmer - I 
love you all! And special thanks to Mom and Dad, and of 
course to Dan for liking me the way I am. Future Goals: 
To help others and feel happy about myself and then 
move to the mountains of Colorado, live in a log cabin by 
a running brook and find myself amongst the beauty of 
life. 

MCGOVERN, KATHY 

3 Ten Acres Drive 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1; Freshman Basketball 1; Spring 
Track 1,2; Winter Track 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; Wind 
Ensemble 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Madrigal 
3,4; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Telemedia 
3.4; A.F.S. 2.3,4; Spanish Club Treasurer 3, President 4; 
Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Co- Chairperson, Prom Commit- 
tee 4. Yearbook 3. Co-Editor-In-Chief 4; Forum 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4. Thanks To: My family, for putting up with 
me. and all of those people who were crazy enough to 




befriend me. Thank you so much for your support. Fu- 
ture Goals: 
MCINTOSH, MARY 
15 Clark Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Gymnastics 1; Hall decorating 1,3,4; 
Cheerleading 2,3; French Club 3; Yearbook photographer 
4. Thanks 'To: Mom and Dad (The neighborhood. Grub, 
Kid-K. Mayo. Alyssa, Dave, Tom, Robin and Kipper) 
Geezar. C.S.. and all of the cheerleaders of 86-87; M M. 
Hr was grat; M.S., Janet B for everything but most of all 
to Adam... I love you!! Future Goals: To become a pro- 
fessional freelance photographer, ger married to A.S. and 
live in the Carribean in a white mansion on a hill over- 
looking the ocean and. of course, to become a millionaire. 
MCNEANY, T.J. 
232 Carlisle Rd. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 2; Spring Trzck 3; 



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Class Vice President 3,4; Maintenance Club 4. Thanks 
To: D.C., D.B., P.J., J.C., T.B., P.D., P L., S.L., G.M., 
S.R., D.J., Spider and Jerry. Future Goals: To get arms 
like Don, hair like Dave, and a face like Jim, and become 
the most hated wrestler in the WWF by age 24. 
MELVILLE, GREG 
3 Earl Rd. 

Activities: Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Forum 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Te- 
lemedia 2,3,4. Thanks To: E.A. and P.L. (wherever you 
two may be), A S., B.S., B.H., D.C. (Davis) , D.C., M.E., 
Hambo, D.K., M M. (both), J.P., George M., M.S., C.T., 
Danimal for winning at Weston, my stickball teammates, 
and my friends from Weston. Future Goals: To ask Bob 
Hanley a Brady Buch trivia question he doesn't know. To 
go to the year 1992, and stop the Robinson family from 
getting LOST IN SPACE, 
MEYERS, JESSICA 
62 Sweetwater Ave. 




Activities: Yearbook 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Spring 
Musical 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2, accompanist 4; Madrigal 3,4; 
Double SextetU 2,3, Director 4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3, Co-President 4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; French Club 3; 
Math League 2,3; Hall decorating 3; Prom decorating 3. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Rachel, Pepper; Sharon, Nicole, 
Kathy, Bob, Beth, Dan. Carl, Neera, Jackie, Tamar, Eri- 
ka, Mary Jean, Debbie, Julie, Jules, Patti, Suzy, Lori, 
Lisa, Mark, Lilo, Nat, Jim, Leslio, Jill, and anyone else 
who put up with my constant singing and humming! 
Future Goals: To live in a crystal house on the edge of a 
bluff by the sea, to search in a rain forest for ancient 
buried treasures, to have a husband who is also my hero 
and my lover, to just one day dance under the light of a 
streetlamp in the pitch darkness of midnight, and to 
never forget how to laugh and sing. 
MILLETTE, MELISSA 
16K Bedford Village 

Activities: Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; 
Yearbook 4; Powder Puff 4; Homeroom rep 1,2,4. 
Thanks To: My two wonderful Grandparents, who've 
been very supportive and have done everything for me, 
and who have taught me how to do for myself. You are 
two very special people in my life and I thank you for 
everything, and especially for keeping me going when I 
wanted to quit. I love you both very much, thanks. Mom, 
who supported me through some hard times, thanks. I 
love you. Valerie, my best friend, thanks for the best 4 
years of high school - love you. Kimbo - you wanna fight, 
step outside. Diane - you're the sweetest; Boof, Andre 
Taylor - thanks for being the best, most special person to 
me, hope you never forget all the good times we had. I'll 
be sad leaving you. There will always be a special place 
for you in my heart. Tommie - Thanks for being there for 
me and I hope things between us last - thanks for all the 
common sense you've given me, even about the shower. I 
love you always. Rippy, G.M., W.M., T.B., S.R., K.G., 
V.S., B.C., Chuck, J.M., J.L., N.F., M.L., R.D., D.P., and 
especially to the whole class of '88, Good Luck To You 
All! Future Goals: To become successful in my career 
and in my life. Also to become wealthy, but happy. To 
live in Santa Barbara with the man I love; also to travel 
to France and Italy and to have a red Porsche 911. 
MINASSIAN, CRAIG 
9 Winchester Drive 

Activities: Basketball 1,2; Football 3,4; Spring Musical 
1; Tournament of Plays 1,3; Prom decorating 3; Lip synch 
contest 1,2; Spanish Club 3; Telemedia 1,2; Yearbook 4. 
Thanks To: Thanks to Mark for keeping your #1 pole 
position as the #1 driver on my list. Thanks to Brian for 
not eating all my food, for not toying with my mind , and 



for.. .for that laugh. Thanks to Mike for giving us the 
music of laughter through your antics. Thanks to Jim, 
and congratulations, for surviving Jaco's with me. 
Thanks to Ronnie for being the Byrdman. You've all 
been great friends. Also thanks to Daryle and "Max." Of 
course a very special thanks to Mom, Dad, and Mark. 
Future Goals: To own Hawaii, and maybe California. 
MOHAMMED, ISHMAEL 
5 Willard Circle 

Thanks To: Greatest thanks to my parents. Future 
Goals: To finish four years of college. 
MOLL, GWEN 
10 Sherwood Drive 

Activities: Majorettes 1,2, Captain 3,4; Class Officer 2,3; 
Lacrosse manager 1,2; Spring Track 3; Powder Puff 3,4; 
Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: 
The locker crew! Especially Sharon, Kristin, Tami, Pam, 
Janet - I love you guys! All the majorettess - good kuck 
next year. Keith - thanks for everything! I love you! And 
most of all to my whole family. Good luck to all!!! Future 
Goals: To go to college and become a successful regis- 
tered dietician. Get married to the man I love and have a 
few children, and never grow old! 
MOORE, STEPHEN 
37 Ent Rd. 

Activities: ROTC 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Drill Team 4. 
Thanks To: My mother, father, and brother for always 
being around for me and all my friends, especially Dan, 
Lemar, Tim, Ronnie, and Mike for making school more 
exciting and fun. Future Goals: I plan to pursue a career 
in law by attending Kansas University and hopefully 
getting into a political career. 
MOREAU, JENNIFER 
7 Kingsley Terrace 

Activities: Basketball 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Softball 1,3, Var- 
sity 4; Lacrosse Manager 2; Class Officer 2,4; Hall deco- 
rating 1.2.3,4; Legislative Committee 1,2,3,4; Prom deco- 
rating 3. Thanks To: Amy-Bean MBB-ILY Thanks, 
Saturday night crew - HHILY - K.A., K.S., S.K. & R.D., 
S.B., R.S., CM., J.H., J.P., T.B., C.C., D.J. Latin wouldn't 
have been the same without you. And Mr. P. Future 
Goals: Make it through four years of college, get a great 
job, and be the best and happiest person I can be. 
MORRIS. MICHELLE 
1 Scott Circle 

Activities: Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 4; Hall 
decorating 2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Powder Puff 4; 
SADD 4. Thanks To: My family, without whom I 
couldn't make it this far; Trable, Lare, Chickie, Bren, 
Dev, Kare, Dave, Nikki - and everyone else - you know 
who you are - I love you all! To Joseph, I love you very 
much. TNK - shh! Pooh-pooh secret! I LOVE EVERY- 
ONE DEARLY! Thanx for being there. Future Goals: 
To get my Bachelors Degree in Business Administration 
and be successful. To marry Joe, have two children, and 
be happy with our lives. 
O'BRIEN, NEIL 
49 Glenridge Drive 

Activities: J.V. Golf 1, Varsity 2,3,4; J.V. Tennis 1,2, 
Varsity 3,4; Basketball 1; Citizenship Committee 1,2,3,4; 
Science League 2,3,4; ROTC 2,3, Officer 4; Newspaper 3. 
Thanks To: All my family and friends who gave me 
support through four tough years of high school. Future 
Goals: To be the best 1 can be at the career I choose and 
to have a fulfilling life. 
O'MALLEY, CHRISTOPHER 
28 Hayden Lane 

Activities: Hall decorating 4. Thanks To: Byrdman, 
Kahuna, The Pizza Man, Rich, Lisa, Anne, Spider, Mer, 
Kathy & Heather, Lyz, Decan Jones. Ishy, Mick, B.H., 
G.P.. B.S., M.M., CM., and a cast of thousands. Future 
Goals: Me and Mick are gonna wing it on over to London 
and jam with the Stones. 
OLDENBURG, NIKKI 
5 Clark Circle 

Activities: Art Club 1; N.H.S. 1; Concert Band 1,2; 
Fashion Show Coordinator 1,2; Marching Band 2; Stu- 
dent Council rep 2; Collab (literary magazine) 3; Varsity 
Field Hockey 4; Basketball 4; Athletic Trainer 4. 
Thanks To: Everybody who's helped to make my first 
(and last) year at B.H.S. a great one. Special thanks to the 
field hockey team for turning me into the basket case that 
I am. Georgia and Lauren, thanks a million for every- 
thing, you're great friends. Last, but definitely not least, 
thanks Dave for being so special. You told me about Pearl 
Harbor and without you. I'd probably just be another 
dumb broad! Future Goals: Medical school; major: 
sports medicine. 
PAPALIA, MARY JEAN 
42 Notre Dame Rd. 

Activities: Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1.2.3.4; 
Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Citizenship Committee 



3,4; Hall decorating 1,2.3.4; Indoor Track 2; Gymnastics 1; 
Yearbook 3.4; Drama 3; Prom Chaiman 4; Double Sex- 
tette 4; Choir 1,2.3,4; Jazz 4; Orchestra 3.4. Thanks To: 
All my wonderful friends who gave me unforgettable 
memories; this school will not be the same without us! In 
the future I plan on seeing Nicole P. playing at Great 
Woods, right beside Boston. I hope Erika McG has 20 
babies or as many as D. can handle. To Kathy McG and 
Jessica M. may you have the blessing never to have to 
deal with another yearbook! Also P.S., B.G., V.R.L., S.S., 
T.K., J.L., I hope you guys have a great college career and 
remember to go for the gusto!! Future Goals: To star in 
a movie with Eddie Murphy. To win the megabucks, 
become famous, marry a prince and live happily in Aus- 
tralia. I also need a red convertible, blue eyes (!) and to 
have an eternal tan! 
PATTERSON, ROBBIE 
2 Green St. 
PAVLAS, LEE 
192 Concord Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Football 3, Varsity 4; J.V. Lacrosse 2,3, 
Varsity 4; Hall decorating 2,3,4. Thanks To: P.D. out- 
doors. M.S., K.D., P.M., DC, the football team and 
coaches, my family and all my friends. Future Goals: 
To make it through college and own my own business. 
PAYETTE, JODI 
446 Great Rd. 

Activities: Girls Swim Team 1; Telemedia 1,2.3,4. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Tim, Jama, Peter, Brian, 
Shawn, Linda, Suzie. Future Goals: Go to college and go 
into the Air Force; try not to get married and have kids. 
PEARSON, GLEN 
181 Old Billerica Rd. 

Activities: Freshman Football 1, J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4; 
Freshman Basketball 1; J.V. Lacrosse 1, Varsity 2,3,4. 
Thanks To: B.M., K.C, K.C, S.C, T.P., J.C, E.F., T.M., 
D.C, D.B., J.C, P.D., M M.. L.T.. R.M.. H.W.. A.G.. P.M., 
A.R.. T.B., G.P., H.C, H.H., S..G., LM., A.A., J.S., M L., 
J.C. P R.. P.D.. G.M.. B.M., X T.. L P. Future Goals: 
Have a good one. 
PECORA, JOHN 
2 Oakridge Lane 

Activities: Lacrosse 2,3,4; Golf 1,2.3; Rifie 1; Concert 
Band 1,2.3; Marching Band 3,4; Wind Ensemble 4; Con- 
struction supervisor K-12. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Lisa, 
and to all my friends and family especially B.S., E.A., 
G.M., D.J., D.C, R.C, J.C, D.C, A.S., J.C, P.C, M.S., 
J.M., Pecora Co. crew, and an extra special thanks to 
M.G. Future Goals: Go to school, get a degree in engi- 
neering, get married and have about 40 kids. I don't know 
what I'll do after that. Maybe earn some money or go on 
tour with Doug Jones and the Scorps. 
PERRY, RICHARD 
13 Jeffrey Circle 




PETRECCA, SHERYL 

10 Benjamin Kidder Lane 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 2, Var- 
sity 3,4; Varsity Tennis 3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; Hall deco- 
rating 1,2,4; Yearbook 4. Thanks To: All and L.A., D.B., 
L.B.. R.B., P.Duda, M.E., A G., D.L., P.M.. L. Pavlas, 
H.W. for four years of good times. And a very special 
thanks to H.B. and K.D. Also to Mom, Dad, Sue, and 
Steve for putting up with me for so many years. Future 
Goals: To go to college; get a good job; make a lot of 
money; get married and be happy. 
PICARD, NICOLE 

11 Sherwood Dr. 

Activities: Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Or- 
chestra 2,3,4; Saxophone Quartet 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; 
Parade Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1.2.3,4; Drum Major 
4; Choir 3,4; Madrigal 4; Double Sextette 4; Drama Club 



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1,2,3,4; Make up crew of Musical 2; Math League 2; A.F.S. 
1,2,3,4; French Club 3; Yearbook 3,4; Hall decorating 3,4; 
Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: My loving family; Jess 
and Sharon and Bethmeth for being there; MJP for mak- 
ing music beside me; Erikabum; Suzy-Q; Joo-wi; T.Y.K.; 
Jules; L.C., M.D.G., V.R.L., Dan the Man, Carrull, K M., 
N.T., J.W., PYAHTDE!; Everyone in music and drama; 
my other brotheres L.N., N.B., D R.. M.C. Future 
Goals: To always be happy, play a golden flute, marry 
someone from Connecticut, and always have a great time! 
PIKE, GREG 
19 Charles St. 

Activities: Rifle Team 1,2; J.V. Lacrosse 2,3, Varsity 4; 
Golf Team 4; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; French Club 4. 
Thanks To: M.S., P.C., A.P., G.M., M.M., J. P., Mr. D. 
Ma and Dad, my sisters and brother, my brothers-in-law 
and my sister-in-law, and all my other friends. Future 
Goals: To go out on a date with Cybill Shepherd. To 
build the house I designed in "Big D.'s" Architecture 
class. To have a successful career in marketing and marry 
a beautiful lady. 
PISANI, CAROL 
13 Neillian St. 

Activities: Hall decorating 1,2; Prom decorating 3,4. 
Thanks To: Chickie, Mickey, Larry, Pammy, Sissy, 
Mom and Dad, Weasie, Doug, Mike, and Will ■ I love you 
all. A special thanks to Mr. Corliss and Miss Sheehan. 
Future Goals: Get married, have three kids, and be rich. 
PITTMAN, DORRIE 
10 Putnam Rd. 

Activities: Basketball 1; A-Wing 1,2,3; Detention 1,2,3,4; 
Dave B. 3,4. Thanks To: Sharon Porter, S.H., K.Q., 
Chelle L., M.M., R.D., T.B., R.C., M.A., M.U. A Very 
Special Thanks to my Mom and Dad, I Love You! My 
best friend Tracy Giles, thanks for the good times we've 
had. My boyfriend, Dave Briggs, whom I love very much. 
P S. Tracy, Don't forget the "Pickle Express 1" Died on 
March 9, 1987 at 2.32 p.m. Future Goals: To be a suc- 
cessful interior decorator, and also to marry Dave Briggs 
and live a life of luxury and love. 
PRESCOTT, KATE 
83C Scott Circle 

Activities: Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: Mr. Gollis 
for getting me out of here a half year early; Lt. Col. 
Campbell and Chief Braga for treating teenagers like 
adults, and Roberta Serra for being my friend and my 
ride to lunch. Future Goals: I plan to "Live Free or Die" 
in New Hampshire with dave, and some day own a Har- 
ley-Davidson motor cycle, after my 1970 Dodge Charger 




is restores. Maybe someday I'll decide on a career too. 
PRESTI, MARK 

1 Reeves Rd. 
PULLEN, ADRIAN 

2 Reeves Rd. 

Activities: Drama 3,4. Thanks To: Mum and Dad, 
D.B., K.P., G.P., and the Musketeers (M.S., P.C., G.M.) 
Future Goals: To go into business and make startling 
amounts of money. 
PYCZYNSKI, DIANE 
2 Notre Dame Rd. 

Thanks To: All my friends at BHS: R.D., CM.. A.R., all 
my friends at Town Line in Maiden; L.S., L.B., S.S. - 
you're the greatest! Special thanks to three people "I love 
very much" Mom, dad, Linda - you're the best sister!! 
Thank you for helping me make it all these years! Special 
thanks to one important guy in my life who has always 
been there for me, I love you John! Future Goals: I hope 
to fulfill my Dreams of being happy and successful in 
owning my own beauty salon in the years to come. Also to 
get married to the guy I love so much and to live our lives 



to the fullest. And especially to live next door to my 
sister! Also to never stop loving my Mom and Dad! 
RAMPICHINI, ANNA 
1 Beverly Rd. 

Activities: Marching Band, A.F.S., Choir. Thanks To: 
MartellAValker family, my wonderful American family, 
to all the friends that made this year happy and joyful, to 
the teachers and all the other people who helped me 
spend a great Senior Year at B.H.S. Future Goals: To 
finish high school in Italy, to graduate at the university, 
to find a good job and have a nice family with three 
children: am I asking too much? 
REYNOLDS, SHAWN 
51 Patterson Rd. 
RHODES, DAVID 
9 Freedom Circle 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 2,3,4; Choir 4; Yearbook 4. 
Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Bedford High School team, St. 
Michael's Youth Ministry. Future Goals: Attend Col- 
lege; go on to USAF. 
RICKER, PAM 
69 Woodland Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Softball 1,2. Varsity 3,4; Hall decorating 
1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Powder Puff 4. Thanks To: 
Jan's, Meg's, S B., T.B., K G.. W.M.. G.M., C.E., K.A., 
P.J., T.B., P.D., E.G., T.P., D.B., Mr.C.V.S., S.R. Special 
Thanks to C.R. & L.R. for prepping us on weekends. Mom 
and Dad and M.R., I love you all! Remember our 6.15 
morning and all the other good times we've had. Future 
Goals: To live in an apartment at Salem State with my 
friends and do whatever we want. Also to own a red 
Mercedes convertible. 
RICKER, SCOTT 
69 Woodland Rd. 

Activities: Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: Ed, Dan, T.J., 
Tom B., Donn, Pat. Tom P.. Pete, Jim, Mike, Pete D., 
K.A.. P.R.. J.C., W.M., T.B., S B., K G., L.T., P.M., A.S., 
Summer "87", the crew, prom 87. Special Thanks: Dave, 
M. and D.. and my sisters and brother. Future Goals: 
To own the Dallas Cowboys, take a bite out of crime, 
make a lot of money, live a long happy life with a charger, 
and marry Tracey Smith. 
ROBERTS, AMY 
22 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Softball 3. Varsity 4; Powder Puff 3.4; 
Hall decorating 1.2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Prom decorating 
3; SADD 4; Homeroom Rep. 4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. 
Kiddo and the Grammas - thanks for everything. A.B.. 
K.G.. J.H.. J.M.. Y.M., D P. and "Daddy". D.R.. J.S. and 
"mom", the Sat. night gang, and T.G. (look, your initials!) 
and P.K. & B.S. Hey S.L.. keep smiling. And to any 
otheres who made me smile. Future Goals: To become 
the best criminal defense lawyer I can and still manage a 
husband with 13 kids; and to wear a grass skirt on Hawaii 
sand befor I die. 
RUSSO, CARYN 
16 Fern Way 

Activities: Athletic Trainer 1.2; Swimming 2; J.V. Soft- 
ball 2. Varsity 4; Powder Puff 4; Gymnastics 3. Thanks 
To; Mom and Dad for putting up with me. M.L. and T.D. 
for always being there, love ya guys and M.E. you're the 
best. Future Goals: To own a Corvette and marry T.D. 
SALTZMAN, CHERI 
59 Wildwood Drive 

Activities: Cheerleading 1.2.3. Captain 4; Hall decorat- 
ing 2.3.4; Prom decorating 3; Powder Puff 4. Thanks To: 
Lia W. you're the best! G.G., L.G.; Bonnet-head; Bigtwig; 
Tra-acey; Pammy L.; A.B., Ali R., S.M.. J O., L.M., Bar- 
clay; H.R., T P., A.T., T.B.; Wendo; Georgia S.; C.S.; Z, 
thanx for being there and Good Luck!! My older sister, 
Lori, you're always there. H.R. Love you forever. Future 
Goals: To be successful, then marry Mr. Right. 
SCHEIK, BRIAN 
6 Washington St. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 3,4. Thanks 
To: Football and all the coaches for putting direction in 
my life. Also thanks to Ma and Charles. Thanks to all my 
friends from past and present who put up with me and 
got me a McDs lunch (plus other favors whether done 
willingly or not.) Future Goals: Get a college degree and 
get enough money to keep the fridge full. Eat in a restau- 
rant in every major citi of every country of the world; 
and. above everything, look good at my 40th class 
reunion. 

SCHLUETER, LARRY 

73B Scott Circle 

Activities: Varsity Swim Team 2.4. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad for helping me through it all; Kristie, Mickey, 
W.C., B.W., Michelle, Jeff, Marb and Nick, Shano, Carol, 
Ms. Curran for putting up with me, and a very special 
thanks to Brenda for being here and making it the best 2 



years I've ever had. I love you! Future Goals: To go to 
college, major in aviation, join either the Navy or the Air 
Force and be the best pilot that I can possibly be. Settle 




down and have a wonderful life with the one that I love, 
maybe have some kids. But most of all, enjoy every min- 
ute of my life. 
SCIARAFFA, PATRICIA 

299 Concord Rd. 

Activities: A.F.S. 2.3.4; Choir 3,4; Citizenship Commit- 
tee 3.4; Concert Band 1.2,3; Double Sextette 3.4; Drama 
Club 1; Ensembles 1.2; French Club 3,4; Madrigal 4; 
Marching Band 3; Musical 3,4; Parade Band 2,3; RSAC 4; 
SADD 2,3,4; Yearbook 2,3.4; Prom decorating 3; Field 
Hockey 1; Powder Puff 3,4; Spring Track 2; Winter Track 
2; N H S. 3,4. Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Anita. Todd. John 
and all my friends: J.A., H.B., C.C.. L.D.. R.H.. T.K.. 
E.M.. B.G., K.M., J.M., M.J.P., N.P., S.S., N T., S.W., 
J.W., D R., C.T., D.K., L.H., and L.R. You guys are the 
best! Future Goals: To go to college and graduate 
school; earn tons of money, drive a BMW and travel all 
over the world. But most of all, to always remember all 
the special times and terrific people of B.H.S.! 
SCOTT, KERI ANN 
16A Scott Circle 

Future Goals: To get a degree in a profession I like, so 
that if I ever lose my husband I'll have something to fall 
back on. 

SEARS, DAVID 

10 Heritage Rd. 

Activities: Detention 1,2.3.4. Thanks To: Jay Smith. 
Jeff Patterson. Russ Harrington. Jen. Ann. Andrea. Kris- 
tin. Bonnie. Laura. Ben. Bert. Charlie, and Derek. Fu- 
ture Goals: To move back to California and own my 
own surf shop, and have a dog called Surf Dog Bud. 
SERRA, ROBERTA 
103 Page Rd. 

Thanks To: Trace, Mick and Ambriel, Kate, K.T., Ben 
and Dave for still being here, Larry, Jay, Blue, and Spark. 
Especially thanks to Jimmy: I love you! 
SHAMON, MICHAEL 
12 Hunt Rd. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2.3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4. Thanks To: A S., G.P., P.L., A.P., P.D., L.P., 
B.S.. D.P.. T.B.. D.J.. D C. Future Goals: To own my 
own restaurant. 
SHAPIRO, SUZANN 
4 Overlook Drive 

Activities: Swim Team 1,2.3.4; Ski Team 3,4; Powder 
Puff 3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Student Advisory 
Committee 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; N H S. 3,4; Spanish Club 3. 
Thanks To: My family and friends, E.M., T.K., S.W., 
J.M., N.T., M.J. P., Courtney - remember.. .itbi, Julie - 
don't forget our day in the movies, Nicole - are we lost in 
physics or what? and Rene. Future Goals: Own a Strin- 
gray Corvette by the time I graduate college, go hang- 
gliding in Hawaii, get married and live in Vermont in the 
winter and Cape Cod in the summer. 
SIBLEY, VALERIE 
243 Davis Rd, 

Activities: Basketball 1; Softball 1,2,3,4; H.R. Rep 
1,2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Hall decorating 1,2.3,4. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for putting up with me and 
most of all for loving me. Special thanks to: my b.f. 
Melissa, Kim and Bethy. Also T.B. for my younger years. 
I love you guys and lets keep in touch O.K.? P.S. I love 
you Dave and I wish you weren't leaving me. Future 
Goals: To live like "lifestyles of the rich and famous" 
and drive my red Ferrari. After that well, live life to the 
fullest, get my "65" Mustang, get married to Dave, and 
just be happy. 



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SMITH. PAMELA 

8 Saran Ave. 

Thanks To: Kristie, Carol-Ann, Robby, Katie, Mickie, I 
love you David, and to all the other people who have 
helped me through the past four years. Future Goals: 
To become a Veterinarian Technologist, to get married 
and have a family. 
SNEE, BERNIE 
14 Caribou St. 

Future Goals: To go to college. 
SNELSON, KIM 

Activities: Swimming 2; Hall decorating 3,4; Powder 
Puff 4; Varsity Softball 4; Varsity Cheerleading, Captain 
4. Thanks To: So many of you, but especially "Stacie 
Q", Ruth, Joanie, Kim, Steve, Anne, Heather and the 
whole 87 cheerleading squad, and my "best buddy" 
Kathy, in Hawaii. Thanx for all the great times, guys! 
Please, let's always keep in touch. Also, I can't forget 
Mom, Dad, Craig, and Kerri. Thank you for everything!!! 
Future Goals: To be happy at whatever I do, and even- 
tually marry and have a few kids. Oh - and to meet U2!! 
SPENCER, JENNIFER 
32 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

Activities: Ski Team 1; Swim Team 2,3; Tennis Team 4; 
Prom Committee 3,4; Hall decorating 1,2,3,4; Powder 
Puff 4; Yearbook 4; Forum 4; Homeroom Rep 1,2,3. 
Thanks To: Anne and Andrea, my gnome R.H., K.T., 
K.S.. M.A., B.M., D.S., J.M., T.J.M., K G., A.R. Thanx for 
long distance support from Jodum and Carolyn, and 
Nana. Mom, Dad, and especially Susanne, thanks for 
everything. And special thank-yous go to Pat. Love you 
all, thanks for making high school a memorable experi- 
ence. Future Goals: To scuba dive in the most beautiful 
reefs around the world but never meet a shark. 
SPOFFORD, ANDREW 

1 Great Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Concert Band 
1,2,3; Choir 1; Lacrosse 3,4. Thanks To: M.M., M.M., 
M.S., D.C., B.H., G.M., L.D., N T., L.H., A.A., B.S., M.G., 
E.A., C.H., CM., T P., D.C., L P.. P.D., R.P., D.F., S.K. 
Future Goals: To have my own television fishing 
program. 

STEFANIDAKIS. GEORGIA 

2 Radcliffe Circle 

Activities: Gymnastics 1; Cross Country 4. Thanks To: 
Mom, for always being there; D.L.S. for putting up with 
me all of these years; L.M.S. for standing by me; and 
K.M.K. for everything; and to Rich. Future Goals: To 
travel a lot, and to try everything there is to try. 




SULLIVAN. ROBERT 

61 Hillside Ave. 

Activities: Class President 1,2,3,4; Boys State Attorney 
General 1987; Marching Band 2,3.4, Drum Major 4; Con- 
cert Band 2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Track 
Team 2,3; Choir 1; Madrigal 2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; 
Tournament Best Actor 2,3; Regional All-Star Cast 2,3; 
State Finals 3; STRESSED 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: T.M., 
D.C., J.C., J.P., G.M., D.B., T.B., D.J.. P.D., Carrs,D.K., 
N.T., J.M., B.H., P.J., C.H.. A.S., D.C., G.P., S.R., E.R., 
R.C., E.A., Drama and Band, Ollie, reliant K., "Repo 
Man", and Mom - all I wanted was a Pepsi. Future 
Goals: To gain immeasurable power and influence. 
SZCZESNIAK, PHILIP 
P.O. Box 568 

Activities: Math League 1,2,3; Science League 1,2,3,4; 
Computer Club 2; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; J.V. Bas- 
ketball 3, Varsity 4; ROTC 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Forum 4; 
SADD 4. Thanks To: My mom, my aunt, my uncle, and 
my brothers and cousins for tolerating me and being 



there. Also to M.H.S., S.H.S., B.H.S., all my teachers and 
my friends. Future Goals: To go to college and in one 
way or another succeed in changing the world for the 
better. 

TANDEN. NEERA 

178 Springs Rd. 

Activities: Forum Staff 3, Ass't. Ed. 4; Student Trainer 
1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3, Co-Treasurer 4; Debate 2,4; Drama Club 
2,3,4; Yearbook 4; S A C. 3; Citizenship Committee 3; 
French Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Powder 
Puff 4; Prom decorating 3; Hall decorating 3,4. Thanks 
To: Mom. Raj. D.J.K.. T.K., J.B., S.W., K.M., R.H., 
R.K.P.S.. L.D., B.G., P.S., E.C., N.P., J.W., C.T., D.K., 
D.C., J.L., E.A. - I'll never forget how much you've meant 
to me. Live long and Prosper. (Andy for fun times fresh- 
man year.) Future Goals: To revive the League of the 
Militant Godless or to become Secretary of State. 
TAYLOR. ANDRE 

22 Riverdale Rd.. Mattapan 

Activities: Varsity Basketball. Thanks To: Nichole 
Lambert - who gave me the best two years of my life, 
thanks for sharing your love. I'll never forget you. Daony- 
sia Zeigler - who was always there, - a very special friend. 
Nichole King, Tina Jone, Tracie Peaks, Melissa Millettc, 
Valerie Sibley, Sarah, Karl F., Tom P., George M.. La- 
mar, Kevin C, Robert D., and even Clarence. Special 
thanks to William Beale and my mom. Future Goals: 
Go to college and be the best at what I do. Then make 
some serious money so I can buy me a Porsche and a Saab 
for my dog. 

TAYLOR, NATALIE 

7C Scott Circle 

Activities: Spanish Club 1,2; Beta Club 1; DelU Club 1; 
Softball 1,2; SADD 3,4. Thanks To: My family, who 
helped me immensly through the "high school years." I 
thank my friends, without them I'd have gone crazy! 
Future Goals: To graduate from college and to be suc- 
cessful at whatever I do. 
THEOBALD. CARL 
37 Old Billerica Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Spring Track 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; French 
Club 3,4; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; March- 
ing Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; 
Choir 2; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Math League 1,2,3,4; 
Science League 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Barbershop Quar- 
tet 3; Telemedia 1; Prom decorating 3; Musical 2,3,4; Pit 
Orchestra 1; Drama Club 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: All of my 
dear friends whom I have made in life. But especially 
thanks to my parents for understanding, to Dan who has 
been an all around best friend, to Jackie who has always 
been there to listen and to advise, to Sam who has given 
me strength and confidence and to Courtney, for being so 
awesome and for giving me some of the best moments of 
my life. Future Goals: Among other things I want to 
grow a beard, speak fluent Latin, meet my stunt double, 
and be as mature as Courtney is (Ha Ha.) 
THOMAS, BECKA 

23 Elm St. 

Activities: Hall decorating 2,4; Ensembles 1,2,3; Year- 
book 3,4; Powder Puff 4; Prom decorating 3. Thanks To: 
My loving family, especially Dave for all his Big Brother 
Advice, most of all: Debbie - my buddy thru thick and 
thin, Laura Jane - who never let me down and always 
helped me up. and to Mike - for appreciating sunsets and 
full moons. Future Goals: To pick up where Clarence 
Clemons leaves off, to find my own place in the world, to 
spend some time in Never Never Land, to keep my 
friends laughing, to be one of the happy fools dancing in 
the rain in a 7-Up commercial, to never have to look back 
in regret. 

TOMPKINS, CHRISTINE 

6 Clock Rd. 
VARANO, KEITH 

1 Brown St. 

Activities: J.V. Winter Track 3; Lacrosse 2.3,4. Thanks 
To: All those little people who have made a Big Contri- 
bution in my B.H.S. years. Future Goals: To earn 
enough money to retire down to Florida but still fly up to 
Massachusetts to enjoy the summer nights. 
WACHSLER, SHARON 

Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 1.2, Varsity 3, Capt. 4; 
Ensembles 1; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3. Treasurer 4; 
French Club 3,4; SADD 3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; Yearbook 
3,4; Telemedia 4; Forum 4. Thanks To: The Wachsler 5 
(incl. Lady), Bessibo, Nicoli, Beff, Neery-beera, Matt, 
Brulie Jill, Jackbo, Demo, Debbibidy, Eureka, T.K., P.S., 
L.G.. D.K.. C.T., R.H., C.C., M.J.P., S.S., K M., all the 
Gypsies, and everyone who's ever laughed at my jokes!! 
Future Goals: To become an actress on Broadway, to 
find the almost-perfect man, never have children; and to 
meet the Framjous Bandersnatch and visit the Slithy 
Toves. 



WADDEN, GARY 

48 Meadowbrook Rd. 

Activities: Concert Band 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: My 




mother and father and all the little people who made 
school enjoyable. Future Goals: To graduate from col- 
lege, get a good high paying job and see the Red Sox win a 
World Championship. 
WARMUTH, DAN 
90 Offutt Rd. 

Activities: Cross Country 4; Indoor Track 4; Spring 
Track 1,3,4. Thanks To: GOD, B.H.S. stickball team 
(XC), Commander A., Bobby Pins. C. Mudville, Pugsley, 
Magic, Dusty, Kennable, K.G., Chris for the gum, Mr. S., 
Mr. B., D.D.. L.P., and also F.F. and family. Future 
Goals: To boldly go where no man has gone before. 
WEICKER, JACKIE 
27 Fox Run Rd. 

Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 1. Varsity 2,3, Capt. 4; Ski 
Team 3,4; Athletic Trainer 1,2; Lacrosse Manager 3,4; 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2.3,4; ROTC 2,3, Operations 
Officer 4; Telemedia 2,3,4; Math League 2,3,4; Science 
League 3,4; N.H.S. 3, Secretary 4; Yearbook 3,4; French 
Club 3; Forum 4. Thanks To: The wildest bunch of 
friends I could ever hope for (you know who you are). 
Doc, Dmo, and the field hockey team (don't be polite, 
ladies!), C.T. for being a dude. Col C, Mr. U., Pete C, and 
especially my family. How do you put up with me? Fu- 
ture Goals: To change my name to Marticia and play 
every sleazy pub in Great Britain with my band the Rude 
Ones before dying tragically from overexposure to leather 
and hairspray. 
WELSH, JAMES 
23 Anthony Rd. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3.4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Indoor Soc- 
cer 3,4. Thanks To: All my friends, especially R.K., D.J., 
G.P., T.B., S.L.; everyone who went on ski trip '87, '88. 
Future Goals: To go to college, be successful, grow my 
hair real long, drive a fast Mustang. 
YOUNG. SCOTT 
6 Summer St. 

Activities: Football 1; Rifle Team 3,4. Thanks To: 
Mom and Dad, Eric, E.D., T.L., R.P., B.M., CM., L.W., 
R.D., D P., and Cindy - I will always love you. A special 
thanks to all of my relatives and especially to grampa 
who I wish was still here to see me now, but he probably 
can. 1 love you, gramp. Future Goals: I plan on owning 
my own automotive garage, and living happily, and buy- 
ing a 1970 Chevelle S.S. 
YOUNG, WILLIAM 
108 Davis Rd. 

Thanks To: Adam, Treb, Brett, Simeon. Neil, Jeff Jen- 
sen, Jeff D., M M., Matt, and everyone else I didn't men- 
tion. Special thanks to E.T. for phoning home when lost. 
Bugs Bunny. Woody Woodpecker. Future Goals: To 
Conquer the "World." 
ZEIGLER, DAONYSIA 
60 Itasca St., Mattapan 

Activities: Spanish Club 3. Thanks To: L.L. Cool Dre 
(the dawg). Goose (N.K.), T.J., Bubba, T.C., M.K., L.C, 
N.L., G.S.(Gia-Gia) S.P., T.B. (Boomy) and to everyone 
else, it's been fun. Special thanks: to my mother, I love 
you very much, also to my brothers Jeff and Sed. 
Couldn't have done it without you all. Future Goals: To 
attend a four year college, go on to graduate, become a 
pediatrician, marry rich, drive a Jaguar, and never lose 
my friends, cause they're the best. 



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Or not to be 
Or who to be: 
That is the question 
Facing an underclassman. 
To be a jovial jock 
Playful part/goer 
Intense intellect 
Budding brown-noser 
Melodious musician 
Notorious nerd: 
Jack of all trades. 
Master of none? 

That is the question. 



Juniors practice their flutes for an upcoming 
concert. 




UNDERCLASSMEN 47 





Abbott, Marianne 
Anderson, Christine 
Ardito, Douglas 
Baker, Rachel 
Benson, Leah 
Berry, Shannon 
Bishop, Susan 
Boehm, Elizabeth 



Bradshaw, Brian 
Brailey, Tracey 
Briggs, Israel 
Bruha, Ann 
Caissie, Linda 
Campbell, Cynthia 
Cardoos, Ryan 
Carey, Brett 



Carlisle, Andy 
Carlton, Heather 
Caruso, James 
Casserly, Andrea 
Chemlen, Michael 
Chui, Chi Ming 
Collier, Jennifer 
Colligan, Patricia 



Cordes, Erik 
Corea, Angela 
Coriaty, Christopher 
Couto, Daniel 
Craig, Michael 
Cronin, Paul 
Curran, John 
Dillen, John 



Ditore, Angela 
Doherty, Robert 
Donaldson, Linda 
Doughty, Heather 
Duran, Jennifer 
Edwards, Melanie 
Ericson, Camilla 
Farmer, Karl 



Farmer, Kim 
Ferrett, Richard 
French, Angela 
Freni, Darryl 
Fryer, Leslie 
Galani, Elizabeth 
Galvan, Marc 
Garrison, Jenni 



Underclassmen 49 



Gaul, Roger 
Gautier, Angela 
General, Irene 
Gerbrands, 
Gretchen 
Getty, Lisa 
Giard, Donald 
Gilberti, Jayson 
Godart, Amy 

Godfredsen, Taavo 
Goodale, David 
Goodale, Paul 
Green, Beth 
Hannon, Roxanne 
Harrington, 
Russell 
Harrington, 
Thomas 
Harris, Zenobia 




ExhaucStion 



You begin your freshman year 
knowing that you're going to have 
more work than you've ever had be- 
fore. Extracurricular activities are 
waved in front of your eager face and 
the temptation is too much - you 
grab at them, snappig up far too 
many choices! But it's O.K. You're a 
freshman. 

Perhaps by the end of freshman 
year, you realize that these activities 
are consuming more and more of 
your time. The dreaded "conflict" 
becomes a frequent nightmare. And 
the schoolwork is just as bad - if not 
worse - as you feared it would be. 

Sophomore year begins, and it's 



just as bad. The activities steal all of 
your time and classes are just as 
hard. Perhaps by the time you've 
bombed your sophomore midyears 
you realize that something is defi- 
nitely wrong. The rest of the year 
runs you into the ground. 

Junior year, nothing's different. 
It's as though you're trapped! Even if 
you drop one activity, the gap is 
filled by something else. Perhaps, if 
you lift your head up from your math 
notebook at 3 a.m. on a Tuesday 
morning, you know that your junior 
year is death. Any free time that a 
junior has is devoted to praying that 
senior year will be better. 




Sara Puffer and Leslie Fryer enjoy a break 
during a fire drill. 



Hartwell, Lisa 
Hawley, Catherine 
Hollis, David 
Holmstead, Karen 
Hovde, Kristen 
Howard, Jerry 
Isabella, Nicole 
Jones, Allen 



Jones, Robert 
Jones, Tina 
Kane, Brain 
Kelleher, David 
Kelliher, Patrick 
Kenney, Michelle 
Larsen, Dana 
Lavelanet, Alain 




50 UNDERCLASSMEN 




Lee, Vicki 
Lewis, Jamie 
Lipczer, Karen 
Looney, Pamela 
Lord, Chad 
Lovecchio, Joseph 
Luka, Michael 
Manning, Tracey 



Marino, Michelle 
Martin, William 
Mayer, Brian 
McArdle, Robin 
McGovern, James 
Mclnnis, Luke 
Meffan, Patrick 
Mersinger, Donald 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jim McGovern- 
Secretary, Tom Sullivan-President, Camilla 
Ericson-Prom Chairperson, Mr. Maxwell-Ad- 
visor, Tracey Manning-Treasurer, Amy Go- 
dart- Vice President, Pam Miller- Prom Chair- 
person. 




Miller, Pamela 
Millman, Alissa 
Mosca, Nancy 
Murray, Richard 
O'Brien, Craig 
O'Malley, Michael 
O'Neill, Amy 
Olsen, Diane 



Orlando, Douglas 
Paglia, Anthony 
Panzeri, Samuel 
Parnell, Lee 
Parsons, Leanne 
Patenaude, John 
Paton, James 
Patterson, Jeff 



UNDERCLASSMEN 51 



Pederson, Kenneth 
Puffer, Sara 
Putney, William 
Renauld, Edward 
Ricci, Anne 
Ricker, William 
Rivet, Jeffrey 
Rivinius, Cindy 



Rosenberg, Ambriel 
Rowell, Sarah 
Russo, Jonathan 
Savage, Kristen 
Sayles, Allen 
Scalise, Kristen 
Schaeneman, 
Christine 
Scott, Imal 



Segal, Suzanne 
Sewall, Winifer 
Sheets, Stephanie 
Shute, Tim 
Smith, Brian 
Soderstrom, Carl 
Solomita, Lauren 
Somerset, Sara 



Spiewak, Kristine 
Stein, Michael 
Sullivan, Christine 
Sullivan, Tommy 
Tobey, Adam 
Tomczkowski, Lauri 
Trant, David 
Tuttle, Greg 



Urquhart, Heather 
Vasilakis, Kosta 
Venuti, Jean 
Walker, John 
Weinfurt, David 
Westcott, Lawrence 
Wheeler, Lia 
Whitcomb, Natalie 




Whitt, Apryl 
Whitt, Sharon 
Wilson, Heatherly 
Woolpert, Colleen 
Wright, Suzanne 
Wyatt, Marlena 
Zellner, Christopher 



52 UNDERCLASSMEN 




(Saturday Frolics 



"What are you doing this 
Saturday?" 
"I'm taking the SAT's." 
"Oh. Ugh!" 

This is a common conversation to 
look forward to towards the end of 
junior year. 

Taking the Scholastic Aptitude 
test is an experience dreaded by all. 
Whether the SAT tests your math 
and verbal ability or how well you 
can sit at a desk for three hours, is 
not clear. Certainly, however, after 
taking the SAT, every victim is an 
expert at pencilling in those little 
ovals. 

After the usual four weeks of wait- 
ing, the test scores are delivered, and 
a new debate rages through the 
school. The debate does not concern 
Central America or abortion; rather 
a much more important issue is dis- 
cussed: how much emphasis do col- 
leges put on SAT scores? Those who 
have done well proudly proclaim 
that colleges throw out applications 
based solely on SAT scores. The un- 
lucky ones, who have not done so 
well, will meekly challenge this 
claim. In fact, the trend has been 
that the SATs are gradually becom- 
ing less important. 

The other controversy concerns 
special SAT preparatory classes 
which may be taken outside of school 
for about $500. Clearly, not everyone 
is able to pay this large sum. Those 
who do have a definite advantage, as 
is shown by the improvement in 
their scores. 

All in all, the SAT should not be 
feared. Rather, a person should have 
the attitude that three hours of fun 
thinking lie ahead. It is important to 
remember that after the SATs 
there's a new treat in store - the 
Achievements. 



Mike Marino applies himself in woodworking 
class. 



Sue Bishop cracks down on the books in the 
library. 



Top left: Kim Farmer gets help from upper 
classman Jamie Welch. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 53 




54 UNDERCLASSMEN 




Albani, Scott 
Alexander, Michelle 
Alves, Mark 
Anderson, Scott 
Andrews, Angel 
Armstrong, Karrie 
Ashe, Jennifer 
Axtell, Rich 



Bass, Barbara 
Berkowitz, Lisa 
Berman, Eric 
Berry, Nichelle 
Blackstock, Adam 
Boffa, Kathy 
Bowen, Amy 
Brown, Erik 



Brunelleschi, Dian 
Campagna, Jeffrey 
Carr, Lilo 
Carroll, Danny 
Cestrone, James 
Chase, Lennox 
Chen, Kennard 
Clark, Camarie 



Cooke, David 
Coriaty, Tammy 
Cote, Katherine 
Cronin, Christine 
Crump, Tara 
Davis, Michelle Ann 
Defrancesco, Cindy 
Depietro, Ann Marie 



Doorakian, Duane 
Dougherty, Kenneth 
Durkin, Michael 
Eagles, Courtney 
Fedele, Richard 
Ferro, Melissa 
Ferro, Suzanne 
Fink, Barbara 



Finkelstein, Aaron 
Frederick, Mark 
Furey, David 
Galvan, Ernesto 
Garrison, R.J. 
Geilfuss, Bradley 
Giard, Mike 
Glennon, Sarah 



UNDERCLASSMEN 55 



Glomski, Ian 
Goodwin, Lora 
Gordon, Mark 
Griffin, Sarah 
Grof, Kevin 
Hale, Tracy 
Hancock, Edward 
Hanley, Mary Kate 



Harley, Julie 
Hocker, Karen 
Holtzman, David 
Hunt, Jim 
Hurley, Liam 
Inferrera, Anthony 
lovino, Kim 
Isabelle, David 



Iverson, Kara 
Jannis, Nicole 
Jarek, Katherine 
Jarvis, Mike 
Kasmar, Michael 
Kelly, Jim 
Kennedy, Josh 
Kidd, Melissa 



King, Nicole 
Kirton, Jessica 
Kleekamp, Liz 
Koenig, Cheryl 
Kupiec, Nadav 
Lentine, Tom 
Logan, John Paul 
Maddox, Kristin 



Martell, Laura 
Martines, Angela 
Mason, Michele 
McAllister, Ben 
McCulloch, Edward 
McCune, Chris 
McDonald, Chris 
McGillick, Kathy 



McMahan, Julie 
Messineo, Nicole 
Miller, Adam 
Molinar, Arthur 
Molinari, Lynne 
Monaco, Mark 
Noonan, Kerry 
Novak. William 



O'Neil, Kate 
Oblas, Jill 
Packer, Eric 
Park, Dana 
Parsons, Amanda 
Patenaude, Allen 
Pecora, Lisa 
Perry, James 




56 UNDERCLASSMEN 



Keying in to &pmt 




What are the characteristics of the 
sophomore class? Its menbers are 
not freshmen who are trying to es- 
tablish a place for themselves. They 
are not juniors who are busy with 
PSAT's and plans for the semi-for- 
mal and the junior prom. They are 
not seniors who, besides the semi- 
formal and prom, must worry about 
SAT's, achievement tests, and col- 
lege applications. So, what is so spe- 
cial about being a sophomore? 

First of all, this sophomore class is 
graduating in 1990. Who could ask 
for a better year? Secondly, this 
highly spirited sophomore class has 
excellent representation in all as- 
pects of high school life, from plays 
and musicals to clubs and organiza- 
tions, and, of course, athletics. 

Members of this sophomore class 
will always have fond memories of 
their high school days. These memo- 
ries will include the Ten Year Re- 
union hall, Bedford Beach Club, and 
Hard Rock Cafe, Bedford. 

This class has accomplished a lot 
in two short years at Beford High, 
and will accomplish much more be- 
fore graduation day in June 1990. 
Much of the credit must go to the 
class officers and their advisor, Miss 
Hanley, but they could not have ac- 
complished so much without strong 
support from their student body. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Mary 
Kate Hanley-Activities, Pam Taylor-Activi- 
ties, Miss Hanley-Advisor, Jill Oblas-Treasur- 
er, Camarie Clark-Secretary, Lennox Chase- 
President, Michelle Barry-Vice President. 



Ann Marie Depietro perfecting her skills at In between classes, sophomores take a quick 
the keyboard. stop at lockers before trudging on. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 57 



That Long Long (Sophomore Year 




As the warning bell for homeroom 
rings, groups of students leisurely 
stroll towards their homerooms. 
Who are these people who don't 
jump at the first bell, but yet do not 
have the courage actually to be late 
for homeroom? Sophomores, of 
course. 

Sophomore year is probably the 
worst year of high school, more 
feared even than freshman year. Af- 
ter all, freshmen know that they are 
going to be stuffed in lockers, ridi- 
culed, and stared at. What do sopho- 
mores have to look forward to? 

Actually, a great many things. We 
have the advantage of knowing what 
teachers to get and not to get and we 
also know how to get a library pass a 
minute before study hall. More im- 
portantly, friendships have already 
been established. Instead of spend- 
ing all year getting to know their 
classmates in a new setting, sopho- 
mores can be relaxed with their 
friends. 

Unfortunately, as sophomores, we 
also begin to take on more responsi- 
bilities. Suddenly, it seems as if all 
the teachers are in a competition to 
see who can assign the most home- 
work. We have a better chance at 
participating in sports, instead of 
warming the bench. All in all, we are 
very busy. 

The most important part of being 
a sophomore, however, is status. 
When asked what grade she is in, the 
sophomore does not have to mumble 
"freshman." The sophomore can also 
act in a completely ridiculous way 
without being labelled as an imma- 
ture freshman; instead, she is the up- 
per lower classman. Although high 
school may sometimes be rough, we 
sophomores are almost half way 
through. 

Ian Glomski shows off his computer skills. 



Rich Fedele works hard in woodshop. Sandra Sabetty measures up for fabrics class. 




58 UNDERCLASSMEN 





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Wilson, Kim 
Wilson, Sean 
Wingfield, Melissa 
Wolf, Rebecca 
Wood, Adrian 
Zoroglu, Kaan 



Petrecca, Steven 
Petrilla, Kevin 
Pietchel, Amy 
Poole, Bryan 
Poor, Philip 
Primak, Kris-Angela 
Pugh, Kristen 
Putney, Katie 



Raffa, Jennifer 
Rellstar, Cynthia 
Reynolds, Laura 
Rhodes, Christopher 
Ricci, Diana 
Richards, Neil 
Roberts, Alison 
Robinson, Ericka 



Rosewall, Kathleen 
Rowell, Florentino 
Sabetty, Sandra 
Sarno, Carolyn 
Seidman, Brian 
Serra, Mike 
Shapiro, Andy 
Sharpe, Dwayne 



Sherman, Thomas 
Smallwood, Amy 
Smith, Tanya 
Stefanidakis, Nick 
Stephens, Jimmy 
Stockdale, Holly 
Swenson, Cara 
Szczesniak, Carl 



Taylor, Dennis 
Taylor, Pamela 
Tiku, Seema 
Tompkins, Scott 
Udell, Jeffrey 
Venuti, Scott 
Welch, Christopher 
Wheaton, Robert 



59 UNDERCLASSMEN 



Ahem, Robert 
Alexander, Bryan 
Alexander, Cornelius 
Allen, Joshua 
Alley, Carla 
Amaya, Luis 
Andrade, Amy 
Asbedian, Jamie 



Bailey, Jamie 
Baker, Michelle 
Berman, Josh 
Birch, Charles 
Black, Louie 
Blaisdell, Philip 
Blanchard, Lynnette 
Blasi, Michael 




"And how many hours a day did you 
do lessons?" said Alice, in a hurry to 
change the subject. 

"Ten hours the first day," said the 
Mock Turtle: "nine the next, and so 
on." 

"What a curious plan!" exclaimed 
Alice. 

"That's the reason they're called les- 
sons," the Gryphon remarked: "because 
they lessen from day to day." 

Lewis Carroll 

Alice Through the Looking 
Glass 




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Sara Rowell and Jennifer Dickinson enjoy 
their lunch period together. 



John Ebersol chews his food well before swal- 
lowing. 

Class Officer: Chris Theophile; Rep., Mr. Mil- 
liken, Michelle Boisvert; Rep., Jeff Jones; 
Rep., Monica Hunsader; Vice President, Erin 
Fehlau; Secretary, Julie Merril; President. 



Blondin, Christian 
Boisvert, Michelle 
Borshay, Amy 
Boschetto, David 
Boyd, Ian 
Briggs, Todd 
Brooks, Michael 
Buckley, Sean 



Burke, Diane 
Busch, Fred 
Campbell, Christine 
Campbell, Rachel 
Campoli, Heather 
Caruso, Frank 
Casserly, Peter 
Chandoit, Eric 



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Chester, Thomas 
Clarke, Josh 
Combatelli, James 
Conklin, Matthew 
Connolly, Amy 
Dahnke, Michael 
Davis, Shannon 
Davis, Tina 



Deardorff, Sean 
Decaprio, Kris 
Dee, Michelle 
Delgado, Eunice 
Deluca, Alicia 
Dickinson, Jennifer 
Dinitto, Jennifer 
Dmochowski, Michael 



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Dockham, Richard 
Donaldson, Robert 
Duris, Kevin 
Dworshak, Megan 
Ebersole, John 
Eldridge, Jason 
Erlich, Shari 
Farmer, Keith 



Fehlau, Erin 
Ferrell, Candace 
Finney, Lora 
Flores, Alejandra 
Franks, Edward 
Freeman, Alex 
Galani, Judy 
Gallant, Mark 



UNDERCLASSMEN 61 



Galpin, Loree 
Geary, Kevin 
Geilfuss, Jack 
Gelormini, Kyle 
Giles, Dana 
Goodarz, John 
Goodpaster, John 
Gorgens, Jennifer 



Granowitz, Scott 
Gray, Mark 
Grey, Holly 
Griffin, Angela 
Hamby, Jonathan 
Hamel, Christine 
Hance, Edward 
Hanson, Stacey 



Hardin, Larry 
Hartwell, Melissa 
Hayes, Erinn 
Henry, Christopher 
Heuman, Lisa 
Higham, Richard 
Hirsch, Christopher 
Holmes, Thomas 



Huffman, Michael 
Hunsader, Monica 
Hunt, David 
Hurd, Katherine 
Jansen, Ryan 
Jardine, Justin 
Jones, Jeff 
Jones, Kiesha 



Kapuria, Samir 
Keeling, Zachery 
Kennedy, Marcus 
Kern, Brian 
Koop, Jonathan 
Korik, Sasha 
Lanoue, Richard 
Lavi, Lee 



Linehan, Sean 
Linton, Nicole 
Liss, Michael 
Logan, Jeff 
Lowdermilk, Kevin 
Luka, Kevin 
Lydon, John 
Maddox, Nicole 



Magno, Virginia 
Mahar, Craig 
Malo, Scott 
McCarter, Michael 
McGovern, Tricia 
McNeany, Tim 
Mead, Steven 
Medeiros, Daniel 




62 UNDERCLASSMEN 



Freshman Tips 




The Freshman experience. The big- 
gest fear of a new freshman is to be lost 
on the first day of school. No matter 
how many times you visit these hal- 
lowed halls, you'll never remember 
where freshman hall is. Your best bet 
is to call on a trusted sophomore and 
have him find your classes. This is also 
a good lesson in humility. 

The cafeteria(s). The old cafe is the 
lunchroom for the underclassmen. It's 
not true that they check for ID at the 
new cafe doors, but don't call attention 
to yourself - the senior football players 
don't like to be disturbed during their 
feeding frenzies. One other piece of ad- 
vice - don't eat the "meatloaf '. 

Your locker. Remember to lock your 
locker at all times. At least five people 
have their books stolen during the year, 
it's a senior tradition. When decorating 
your locker, to be in with the crowd, 
you must use the most obscure or least 
revealing pictures you can find. Friends 
are also a good topic for locker decora- 
tion. Family is not. 

Short cuts. A good rule of thumb is to 
avoid "short cuts" (especially if pointed 
out by an upper classman!!), at least 
until you can find your way to the stu- 
dent office from any hall in the 
building. 

The last but most important thing to 
remember is that in only three more 
years you'll be a senior too - keep things 
in perspective. 



Angela Griffin and Miss Cote finish off English 
class giving tomorrow's assignment. 



Practicing for an upcoming concert, sopho- Christine Hamel and Erin Fehlau get psyched 
more Tracey Hale concentrates on her music. for a JV Field Hockey game. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 63 



Mello, Kimberley 
Melvin, Todd 
Menslage, Trudy 
Merrill, Julie 
Meyers, Rachel 
Miller, Jason 
Miller, Stephanie 
Minassian, Mark 



Moore, Kenneth 
Morehead, Graham 
Novak, Debbie 
Novak, Diane 
O'Brien, Scott 
O'Callaghan, Shannon 
O'Malley, Killeen 
O'Malley, Matthew 









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New Found Freedoms 



Freshman year in the high school 
is the year that students remember 
all of their lives. Freshman year is 
feeling nervous and excited when en- 
tering the school; getting to know the 
new teachers, the new building, the 
new people, definitely an experience 
in survival. Freshman year is looking 
up to the seniors, knowing it will be a 
long three years before you yourself 
can hold that enviable status. All of a 
sudden, responsibilities are given 
which seem overwhelming and un- 
conquerable. After a while, these re- 
sponsibilities become routine and 
freshmen start to appreciate the new 
found freedoms of the high school. 
It's great to be able to go to your 



locker whenever you want to, to ar- 
rive at lunch later,to realize that tak- 
ing the late bus isn't such a terrifying 
experience anymore. More clubs are 
available to join and more fun activi- 
ties are going on like football games, 
dances, spirit week, and hall decorat- 
ing. Soon freshman year is a little 
more bearable and it goes by before 
you know it. 



Designing clothes, Kim Mello works out al 
the details in fabrics class. 



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Palermino, David 
Patterson, Nikki 
Pearson, Eric 
Pease, Barrie 
Pignatiello, Kerry 
Poirier, Michael 
Poulin, Joseph 
Prescott, Joseph 



Prescott, Steven 
Prior, Mark 
Renauld, Angela 
Kicker, Tina 
Ritson, Peter 
Russo, Jodie 
Sanford, Jennifer 
Saunders, Nancy 



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Schowalter, Kathy 
Sewall, Heather 
Shamon, Peter 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 
Shea, Marni 
Sherman, Chris 
Slavens, David 
Snelson, Kerri 



Somerset, Joseph 
Spencer, Suzanne 
Stein, Matthew 
Steiner, Christine 
Storer, Amy 
Stygar, Stephanie 
Tamerler, Wendy 
Tanzer, John 





Army brat, Karrie Armstrong poses for a quick 
shot. 

Underclassmen help to keep the Leslie Fryer fan 
club alive. 




Wojnar, Amy 
Worth, Maureen 
Zampese, David 
Ziemba, Jennifer 



Taylor, Andy 
Theophile, Chris 
Towne, Brian 
Tuttle, Derek 
Watkins, Mark 
Welch, Elizabeth 
Wilkins, Dawnice 
Wilkins, Kenneth 



UNDERCLASSMEN 65 




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fore the bell rings. 





School 
Teachers. Homework 
Deadline<s. Midyears. 
Essays 
Frustrated. Brain- 
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Tedious. Incomprehensible 

Warning-notes. Detention. 

Deport Cards 

(SAT's, College application 

Graduation 




Academics 67 











AdM1NI6TDATION 




WILLIAM P. AMBROSE 
Assistant Principal 



JOAN DEGEORGE SCHIRMER 
Administrator of Special Education 



68 ACADEMICS 

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ROBERT HENTZ 
Assistant to the Superintendent 




JOSEPH E. BUCKLEY, JR. 
Superintendent of Schools 



THOMAS J. DUGGAN 
Principal 



New Rid 
On The 
Block 



You may have seen a new face in 
the back of your classroom. This face 
belongs to Mr. Robert Hentz, the 
new Assistant to the Superintendent. 
Some of the students may remember 
him as the principal of Lane School, 
a position he held for ten years. It all 
began in 1957 when he was a student 
teacher in the high school. He then 
became a sixth grade teacher at Cen- 
ter School for six years only to be- 
come principal in 1964 for another 
ten years. After his postion as the 
Lane School principal, Mr. Hentz be- 
came the Assistent to the Superin- 
tendent in the high school. "I'm back 
where I began," he said. "I've made a 
full circle." In total, Mr. Hentz has 
been in the Bedford school system 
for thirty years. 

As Assistant to the Superinten- 
dent, Mr. Hentz is involved with cur- 
riculum committees. This is the rea- 
son why students may have seen him 
observing some of the classes. Mr. 
Hentz is also involved with the re- 
organization of schools because of 
the declining enrollment predictions 
and extra available space. When he 
first became a teacher, there was a 
growth of the school system so that 
the administration had to hire new 
teachers and worry about enough 
space. Now, because of declining en- 
rollment there must be a reduction 
in the staff and a closing of schools. 

Mr. Hentz enjoys his new job and 
the high school as well. Me feels very 
welcome among the students and 
faculty and he finds the high school a 
wonderful environment in which to 
work. 



ACADEMICS 69 

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Several new faculty members have 
joined the Bedford High School team 
this fall. Ms. Pat Cote is in the En- 
glish Department, Ms. Jean Mehrle 
teaches French in the Foreign Lan- 
guage Department, and Ms. Diana 
Duffy is a Special Education tutor. 

This is Ms. Cote's first teaching 
job, and she finds it her life's biggest 
challenge. She comments, "Some- 
times I have a really good day teach- 
ing the kids, but other days I find it 
very hard." Ms. Cote feels very lucky 
to be working in Beford and hopes to 
do the best possible job for her 
students. 

Ms. Mehrle has jumped right into 
the swing of the Foreign Language 
Department and is the French Club's 
new advisor. She has many new 
plans for the club's future and hopes 
that the members will enjoy their ex- 
periences of new cultures. Her plans 
include an International Dinner at 
which students will feast on exotic 
dishes. 

Ms. Duffy is new to the Boston 
area, having moved here to join for- 
mer college friends. She says that it 
is "beautiful" around here, but ad- 
mits to missing the Midwest. As a 
student at a small college in Ohio, 
Ms. Duffy taught at an inner city 
school, and she finds Bedford very 
different. She enjoys the one on one 
relationship with her special educa- 
tion students and finds every small 
accomplishment rewarding. She 
even finds time for one of her favor- 
ite hobbies - playing ultimate frisbee. 



Ms. Duffy finds satisfation helping students. 




Ms. Mehrle settles in to her new job as French 
teacher. 



Ms. Cote gives encouragement to Christine 
Steiner 



70 ACADEMICS 




Mr. Phinney prepares his 
singing groups for the 
POMS concert in 
October. 



Mrs. Apicella's eyes 
twinkle as she looks at 
her group of aspiring 
chemists. 



KEITH ADAMS 
Athletic Director 
MARGARITA APICELLA 
Science 

DEBRA BADRIGIAN 
Foreign Language 
KAY BELL 
Audio Visual 
ROBERT BIGGIO 
Social Studies 



JANICE BIRCH 
Secretary 

MARY BOBROWSKI 
Special Education 
ALDEVINO BRAGA 
Assistant Aerospace Science 

Instructor 
RUTH BYRON 
Mathematics 
PETER CACCIOLA 
Athletic Trainer 



LT. COL. EDWARD 

CAMPBELL 
Aerospace Science 
ROBERT CIOLFI 
Counseling Program 

Administrator 
KEVIN CONNOLLY 
Industrial arts 
WILLIAM CORLISS 
Business education 
PATRICIA COTE 
English 



ACADEMICS 71 



BRENDAN 
DESILETS 
English 
JOAN 
DICLEMENTE 
Special 
Education 



CHARLES 
DIPIETRO 
Occupational 
Education 
Program 
Administrator 
THERESA 
DOIRON 
Secretary 



ELEANOR 
DONOVAN 
English 
MICHAEL 
DONOVAN 
Social Studies 



Mr. McManus contemplates whether to play 
badminton or volleyball during his E-period 

class. 



DIEDRA 
CURRAN 
Foreign 
language 
VERNON 
DAMERON 
Social Studies 




Here, our physical education director rests in the teachers' lounge after some 
sportive exercise. 



72 ACADEMICS 




An era will draw to a close at the 
end of this school year as Mr. Ar- 
thur McManus, Director of Physi- 
cal Education, retires after thirty 
two years' service to the Beford 
Public Schools. 

Asked about his own high 
school days, Mr. McManus replied 
that he was hardly involved at all. 
He dropped out of school and ran 
away to join the Navy, where he 
was involved in the rowing, swim- 
ming, and boxing teams. After a 
stint in the Navy, Mr. McManus 



decided to continue his education, 
and went on to Boston University, 
where he wrestled and swam. 

Mr. McManus feels that sports 
give kids a chance to learn about 
life. Young people who have 
learned to follow the rules in 
sports and to work as part of a 
team will have a better chance of 
success in their careers and per- 
sonal lives. 

We wish Mr. McManus every 
success in his retirement. 




Wow! A flash into the past of B.H.S! The basketball 
team of 1966 pauses with its coach, Mr. McManus. 



KATHLEEN 

DRENAS 

Home 

Economics 

DIANA 

DUFFY 

Special 

Education 

CLAIRE 

FRENCH 

Secretary 



SYBIL 

FRENCH 

Secretary 

ELAINE 

GIDDIS 

English 

BERNARD 

GOLLIS 

Counselor 



ROBERT 

GREENWAY 

Counselor 

PAULA 

GULLAGE 

Business 

Education 

RICHARD 

HAGAR 

Music 



ACADEMICS 73 



This surprise shot of Mr. 
Adams captures the true 
meaning of cafeteria 
eating. 



Woodshop involves much 
teacher-student 
interaction. Here, Mr. 
Connolly supervises Pat 
Jarvis in a new project. 



JANICE HAGGERTY 
Art 

MARGUERITE 
HAMILTON 
Secretary 
CONSTANCE HANLEY 
Secretary 
MAUREEN HANLEY 
Health Education 
JEAN HIBBARD 
Library Assistant 



DOROTHY HOVSEPIAN 
English 
CLINT HUFF 
Mathematics 
GARY HUNT 
Mathematics 
YOMA INGRAHAM 
Early Childhood Education 
JOHN JUDGE 
English 



JAMES KELLY 
Foreign Language 
WILLIAM KEUP 
Science 

CATHERINE KRUEGER 
Science 
NANCY LEHAN 
Registrar 
MARILYN LIGHT 
Special Education 




74 ACADEMICS 



DCHITECTcS OF TOMODDOW 

I 




Top:Adrian Pullen and Greg Pike choose their floor plan specifications with help from Mr. 
DiPietro. 

Bottom: Anthony Alves experiments with the T-square and other unfamiliar tools. 



Select a house style and design a 
house from scratch. As well as de- 
signing a basic layout for the house, 
you will have to learn about con- 
struction, plumbing, electrical work, 
and insulation. This is the assign- 
ment for Mr. DiPietro 's architectural 
drawing class. 

After choosing the basic style, such 
as colonial, cape, or contemporary, 
the student acts as "general contrac- 
tor" for the project. An accurate floor 
plan must be drawn, and logical deci- 
sions made, such as where to place a 
fireplace, how to lay out a kitchen, 
and how to place lighting for maxi- 
mum safety. 

After students complete their pro- 
jects, they can go on to Mr Baron's 
Art 4 class and construct a balsa 
model of their "dream houses." 




Ryan Cardoos builds a model of his future 
home. 



ACADEMICS 75 



NLOCKING THE MY(STEDY Of MATH 

~ I 



ALISON 
LOHRUM 
Counselor 
DOROTHY 
LOVECCIO 
Secretary 
ROBERT 
LUKEN 
Industrial Arts 



SANDRA 
MACZKO 
Early 
Childhood 
Education 
VIRGINIA 
MALOUIN 
Nurse 
BEVERLY 
MARKLIS 
Secretary 

BENJAMIN 
MAXWELL 
English 
JOHN 
MCCARTHY 
English 
Program 
Administrator 
ARTHUR 
MCMANUS 
Physical 
Education 
Program 
Administrator 



If you want to sample a math 
class that is exciting and different, 
sign up to take a course with the 
new math program administrator, 
Richard Stephenson. 

Students have glowing com- 
ments about Mr. Stephenson, "the 
coolest guy around," "makes math 
bearable," to quote admirer Erika 
McGilvray. One thing stands out 
about Mr. Stephenson - his true 
love of math. With his jokes, sto- 
ries, and dramatic flair, Mr. Ste- 



phenson is determined to get stu- 
dents involved in his subject and 
to get them thinking. 

A resident of Lexington, Mr. 
Stephenson lives with his wife, 
two sons, a dog, three cats and, of 
course, a computer terminal. 

Mr. Stephenson has taught at 
Beaver Country Day School ahd 
for Digital and, most recently, was 
math department head at Whit- 
man Hanson High School. 





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f 



Mr. Stephenson holding baby son, Alex. Alex is now 
eight years old. 



76 ACADEMICS 



Mr. Stephenson is determined to defeat the 
problem on the board. 




Our math department head impresses Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Corliss with his 
fun-loving sense of humor. 



JEAN 

MEHRLE 

Foreign 

Language 

ROBERT' 

MERCALDI 

Mathematics 



JEAN MIELE 

Mathematics 

EUGENE 

MILLIKEN 

English 



BRUCE 

MORSE 

Audio Visual 

Director 

DONALD 

MOSS 

Counselor 



GREGORY 

NORTON 

Science 

BARBARA 

O'NEIL 

Secretary 



ACADEMICS 77 



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DE(S(SING YOQ (SUCCE&cS 
I 1 



As the day winds down, twelve 
girls meet for a clothing and crafts 
class. Supervised by Mrs. Drenas, 
this class gives them a chance to 
learn about clothing. One advantage 
to made-at-home clothes is cost. For 
example, a skirt that costs $30 in the 
store would cost about $15 to make! 
Plus, on top of the savings, the maker 
has the satisfaction of knowing that 
it is all her own work. 

Another aspect of this class is that 
the students learn how to "dress for 
success." Each girl is shown how to 
make the most of her appearance by 
learning what style of clothing looks 
best on her. This talent will always 
be a treasure. Students should con- 
sider this practical course, which will 
bring them appreciation in the fu- 
ture; they will be able to make Hal- 
loween costumes for their children! 




Kristin Godart 
project. 

Sandra Sabetty 
creation 



strives for perfection in her 
and Kim Mello develop their 




Mrs. Drenas is the brain behind the master 
minds of Fashion, Fabrics, and Clothing. 



78 ACADEMICS 



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Left: Mr. Hunt tries hard 
to swallow his lunch. 
Right: Just another 
ordinary day in class 
with Mr. Kelley. 



PAT O'SHAUGHNESSY 
Secretary 

LEONARD PALMER 
Science 

IRENE PARKER 
METCO Coordinator 
JOSEPH PATULEIA 
Mathematics 
FLORIANO PAVAO 
Foreign Language Program 
Administrator 



PATRICIA PELLEGRINI 

Social Studies 
ROBERT PETRILLO 
Physical Education 
KEITH PHINNEY 
Music Program Director 
ANTHONY PILLA 
Art 

WALTER POWERS 
English 



DOREEN RALSTON 
Social Studies 
JOHN REYNOLDS 
Social Studies 
WILLIAM RICKER 
Custodian 

MICHAEL RINALDI 
Industrial Arts 
PAULA ROACHFORD 
Secretary 



ACADEMICS 79 




Mr. Duggan finds that sailing provides some 
rare summer relaxation. 



BARBARA 
ROBINSON 
Science 
MARJORIE 
RULL 
Foreign 
Language 



ARMAND 
SABOURIN 
Mathematics 
DEBORAH 
SAKELAKOS 
Science 



MARYANNE 
SHAY 
Mathematics 
PAUL SMITH 
Band Director 



HUBERTA 
SORGI 
Music 
PASQUALE 
SPINOSA 
Social Studies 
Program 
Administrator 




80 ACADEMICS 



' A CANDID GLIMPcSE 





Mr. Connolly explains some technical drawing terms 
to Barrel Costellic. 

Leaning casually on his television cart, Mr. Ullmann 
seems pleased that his students are "thinking 
physically." 



CAROL 
WALCOTT 
Reading 
MYRA WRYE 
Secretary 



ELEANOR 

STANLEY 

Secretary 

RICHARD 

STEPHENSON 

Mathematics 

Program 

Administrator 

JOHN 

SULLIVAN 

Social Studies 



CALVIN 

TINGLEY 

Science 

Program 

Administrator 

IPHEGENIA 

TSEFREKAS 

Home 

Economics 

LAWRENCE 

ULLMANN 

Science 



ACADEMICS 81 




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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 83 



Yearbook 



Many people associate the year- 
book with the closing of a school 
year. For a few students, however, 
yearbook becomes a reality even 
before the school year begins. This 
year problems began in mid-sum- 
mer when the yearbook staff was 
informed that their teacher advi- 
sor resigned, leaving the Bedford 
school system and the yearbook 
behind. Mrs. Byron came to the 
rescue, undertaking the project to 
the immense delight of the staff. 

After the search for an advisor 
was over, the staff was ready to 
begin. Many members were anx- 
ious to use the year-old computer 
program. The 1986-87 yearbook 
staff was the first to put the new 
word processing program into use 
to create their book. The system 




YEARBOOK STAFF Front row: Sharon 
Wachsler, Lilo Carr, Stacie Killebrew, Sue 
Bishop, Leah Benson, Tracey Hector, Robyn 
Hannon, Julie Hunt, Kristen Hovde, Sandra 
Sabetty, Lisa Berkowitz, Neera Tanden, Lau- 
ra Besse. Middle row: Lisa Atkinson, Aruna 
Goel, Lisa Goodale, Jackie Weicker, Patti 
Sciaraffa, Erika McGilvray, Laura Martell, 
Deb Boudreau, Kathy Doughty, Sara Somer- 
set, Keith Varano. Top row: Mark Presti, Mi- 
chelle Kenney, Andy Shapiro, Heather Bens- 
ley, David Rhodes, Robin Bailey, Karl 
Farmer, Dave Fox, Lauren Solomita, Camilla 
Ericson, Becka Thomas, Craig Minassian, 
Mark McCune, Mike Burke, Beth Green. 
SECTION EDITORS Front row: Karen 
Hocker, Jessica Kirton; Co-Editors in Chief 
Lori Blasioli, Kathy McGovern, Jessica Mey- 
ers; Buisness Editor Jen Lund. Top row: 
Kate O'Neil, Julie Brill, Nicole Picard, Beth 
Goodpaster, Mary Jean Papalia, Mark Gor- 
don. 



proved to be an easier and quicker 
way of meeting deadlines without 
expensive mistakes. Returning 
members from last year's staff 
brought their computer experi- 
ence with them making the use of 
the program much more 
profitable. 

With the bright and intelligent 
new talents of dedicated members, 
the workload was made lighter 
and members could concentrate 
on more creative aspects of the 
book. With continued involve- 
ment from the student body, this 
yearbook, along with those to fol- 
low, will present the best years of 
Bedford High School the way they 
should be presented- with intelli- 
gence and spirit. 



Co-Editor-In-Chief, Kathleen McGovern , 
on her way to the yearbook office. 
Jessica Meyers diligently types up sports 
pages on the computer. 






84 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



The three editors of Forum ponder the 
possibilities 

One of the debate team's star debaters 
Neera Tande 



J: I omm-Debate 




With continuing interest, 
both the Debate Team and Fo- 
rum are alive and kicking this 
year. This year's Forum Staff 
has had to overcome serious 
problems just to get started. 
During the summer, the Bed- 
ford Minuteman announced 
the cancellation of the Forum 
section, and the staff had to 
look for a new way to print the 
paper, as well as finding the 
funds to do so. The dedicated 
staff, made up of editor David 
Clancy, with assistants Neera 
Tanden and Greg Melville, 
were forced to build the paper 
from ground zero. Forum has a 
larger staff of writers this year, 
so it promises to be more enter- 
taining and informative than 
ever. With preliminary prob- 
lems solved, Forum is off to a 
good start, and hopes to pro- 
vide many thought-provoking 
articles. 

The Bedford High School 
Debate Team has proved that it 
is one of the leading teams in 
the state. Although the debate 
team is only a few years old, it 
has successfully competed 
against many older and more 
experienced teams. The topic 
for debate this year is United 
States Policy in Latin America. 
The team started strongly, win- 
ning several awards at the first 
debate. The young team, led by 
Mr. Milliken, is just as enthusi- 
astic as in previous years, and 
has a record number of 
participants. 

Members of the team, now in 
its third year, are growing in ex- 
perience, and hope that this 
year will bring even more rec- 
ognition for their efforts. 



FORUM Front Row: Tracy Barber, Cheri 
Erlich, Beth Goodpaster, Neera Tanden, Da- 
vid Clancy, Eric Berman, Julie Brill, Erika 
McGilvray, Tamar Kupiec. Back Row: 
Alissa Millman, Jacqueline Weicker, Kathleen 
McGovern, Sharon Wachsler, Philip Szczes- 
niak, Robert Sullivan, Rene Holtzman, Luke 
Mclnnis, David Holtzman. DEBATE Front 
Row: Neera Tanden, Chris Welch, David Kel- 
liher, Brian Seidman. Back Row: Kristin 
Pugh, Kate O'Neil, John Walker, Mark Presti, 
Neil Richards, Brian Kern. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 85 



A. 



A senior with the eyes of a 
freshman: this describes me 
seeing the first weeks of my 
AFS year in Bedford. Wander- 
ing through the hallways of 
B.H.S., learning to open a lock- 
er, finding out what a spirit 
week is and helping for the first 
time at hall decorating; every- 
thing seemed so new to me, so 
different from my school in 
Italy! 

Here I learned what it means 
to be shivering and freezing, 
but having fun at the same 
time, as I marched in my "cold" 
uniform at the band competi- 
tions and at the football games; 
here I learned what it means to 
be excited and a little afraid be- 
fore performing in a concert; 
here I found out that school is 
not just study, it can also be a 
lot of fun. 

Before I came here, I was told 
by several AFSers about the 
differences between Italian and 
American habits, ideas, and 
ways of living, but only now can 
I really understand what it 
means to cheer at a football 
game, to gulp down a quick 
lunch before a period of gym or 
choir, to sell POMS tickets to 
support a trip to Florida, and to 
prepare a musical with all my 
classmates in choir. 

When I am back in Italy, this 
yearbook will probably be the 
most meaningful memory of my 
American year. Every time I 
open it (and I'm sure that will 
be very often), I'll remember all 
the wonderful people I found 
here in Bedford, my host fam- 
ily, my classmates, my teachers, 
my band-mates: MY 
FRIENDS! 
Anna Rampichini 



Despite the rain, Laura Martell, Patricia 
Sciaraffa, Anna Rampichini, and Leslie 
Fryer show their spirit at the Bedford Day 
Booth. 




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Front row: Marianne Abbott, Dana Larsen, 
Secretary Robyn Hannon, Co-President Laura 
Martell, AFS student Anna Rampichini, Co- 
President Patricia Sciaraffa, Treasurer Emily 
Carr, Lauren Solomita, Alissa Millman. 
Middle row: Jackie Weicker, Jessica Meyers, 
Lilo Carr, Mark Presti, Nicole Picard, Erika 
McGilvray, Mark Gordon, Kate O'Neil, Leslie 
Fryer, Mary Jean Papalia, Kristen Pugh, Suzy 
Shapiro, Beth Goodpaster, Karen Hocker, Me- 
lissa Farrow, Diana Ricci. 
Back row: Kim Farmer, Melanie Edwards, 
Suzanne Wright, Tamar Kupiec, Lisa Goo- 
dale, Cheryl Koenig, Joy Anderson, Michelle 
Hirsch, Lyz Galani, Beth Green, Rene Holtz- 
man, Christine Anderson. 





86 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Anna Rampichini shares a smile with the cam- 
eras as she collects her books at the end of a 
busy day. 



French Club Vice-President Emily Carr shows 
off her kitten costume at the Halloween party. 



'panish-French 




The Spanish Club celebrated its 
second bithday this year. The club 
started the year with a profitable 
fundraiser, selling "Hallowpops"-- 
chocolate Halloween lollipops. 
New this year was a Halloween 
party with a live band that played 
popular Spanish tunes such as "La 
Bamba." Spanish Club members 
not only heard Spanish culture 
but tasted it as well during a 
Christmas luncheon at the Span- 
ish resturant, Cantares. With the 
spirit of the faculty advisor Mrs. 
Rull and Spanish students, the 
Spanish Club will prolong its ex- 
sistence for future years. 



Started last year, the French 
Club has generated much interest 
among French students. This year 
close to ninety students joined the 
club. New members and a new fac- 
ulty advisor Ms. Mehrle brought 
fresh enthusiasm. The French 
Club enjoys many holiday festivi- 
ties such as the famous Halloween 
party and pleasurable Christmas 
caroling. Some other activities in- 
clude fundraisers such as French 
Telegram sales and an interna- 
tional dinner cooked by students 
during International Week. The 
French Club hopes to continue its 
involvement in foreign activities 
for years to come. 




SPANISH CLUB Front row: Sara Somerset, Tanya 
Kirkland, Michelle Marino, Treasurer Luke Mclnnis, 
President Kathy McGovern, Vice-President Laura 
Dmochowski, Secretary Taavo Godtfredsen, Colleen 
Woolpert, Candace Ferrell, Ericka Robinson, Mark 
Gordon. 

Second row: Tricia McGovern, Jonathan Koop, Jamie 
Asbedian, Mark Watkins, Kate O'Neill, Jean Venuti, 
Lora Finney, Wendy Tamerler, Joey Somerset, Jim Kel- 
ly, Brian Seidman, Mark Fredrick. 
Third row: Michelle Mason, Cheryl Koenig, Kara Iver- 
son, Cindy Defrancesco, Diana Ricci, Melissa Wingfield, 
Israel Briggs, Kim Mello, Karen Hocker, Melissa 
Hartwell, Barbara Bass, Cindy Rellstab, Robyn Han- 
non. 

Back row: Susan Bishop, Anne Bruha, Melanie Ed- 
wards, Callie Gleason, Diane Olsen, Simeon Griffen, 
Robert Flores, Debbie Dalrymple, Jen DiNitto, Nicole 
Messineo, Winnefer Sewall. 

FRENCH CLUB Front row: Todd Dworshak, Dan 
Kennedy, Greg Pike, Ian Glomski, Eric Packer, Nadav 
Kupiec, Carrie Armstrong, Treasurer Sharon Wachsler, 
Vice-President Emily Carr, President Alissa Millman, 
Secretary Karen Holmstead, Nikki Maddox, Kathy 
Schowalter, Patti Colligan, Angela Corea, Amy Pietchel, 
Tammy Coriaty, Erik Cordes, Brent Hindman. 
Second row: Amy Godart, Amy Smallwood, Julie Mer- 
rill, Alison Roberts, Lisa Getty, Tracy Manning, Gretch- 
en Gerbrands, Kim Farmer, Laura Martell, Lisa 
Hartwell, Camilla Ericson, Dana Larsen, Rachel Pol- 
lock, Sommala Khoxayo, David Greelish, Chris Hirsch, 
Adam Boyd, Lisa Goodale, John Walker, Carl Theobald, 
Courtney Chubb, Keith Cooney, Nicole Linten, Holly 
Grey, Erin Fehlau, Lauren Solomita, Robin McArdle, 
Advisor Ms. Mehrle. 

Third row: Marianne Abbott, Christine Anderson, Jen 
Lund, Linda Donaldson, Julie Brill, Joy Anderson, Patti 
Sciaraffa, Neera Tanden, Beth Goopaster, Katie Putney, 
Crissy Cronin, Christine Hamel, Judy Galani, Leah 
Benson, Caycee Holly, Angela Gautier, Lyz Galani, San- 
dra Sabetty, Beth Green, Liz Kleekamp, Kristen Pugh, 



Jennifer Ashe, Amy Bowen, Lilo Carr, Rene Holtzman. 

Back row: Nancy Saunders, Tamar Kupiec, Becky Rosenburg, Michelle Dee, Kathy Doughty, 

Kristin Maddox, Barbara Fink, Tom Sullivan, Robert Donaldson, Chris Theophile, Mark Gray, CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 87 

Shannon Davis, Jessica Kirton, Aruna Goel. 



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ath-6cience 



A Math League enthusiast, Debra Dalrymple 



Under the direction of Mrs. 
Krueger and Mr. Ullman, the 
Bedford High Science League 
started the year with a first place 
finish at the first meet. The team 
shows strength in the physics cat- 
egories, combined with great po- 
tential in chemistry and biology. 
The science meets stress inven- 
tiveness and teamwork, and this 
year's team, Bedford's best ever, 
excels at both. In-school practice, 
by way of lab experiments and 
class discussions, are essential to 
the team. The meets necessitate 
experience and creativity in the 
laboratory as well as in textbook 
theories. 



The math league, with advisors 
Mr. Stephenson and Mrs. Byron, 
competes six times each year in a 
league of forty schools. The com- 
petition is strenuous, with indi- 
vidual students striving to do 
their best. Not everyone can be a 
member of the Math League. Only 
students who excel in higher math 
and have the self-confidence to 
bring their knowledge to competi- 
tion participate. Though not often 
in the limelight, the league has 
made many outstanding accom- 
plishments this year. Knowing 
that their success is not always 
public knowledge, the members 
are satisfied to continue to chal- 
lenge themselves for the sake of 
learning. 





Carl Theobald, expert in math and science 
concentrates in class. 

Mr. Physics himself, our own Mr. Ullmann. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



SCIENCE TEAM Front row: Philip Szczesniak, Robert Flores, John Walker, Pat Kelliher. 
Back row: Carl Theobald, Jackie Weicker, Neil Richards, Debra Dalrymple, Lisa Getty, Neera 
Tanden, Andy Carlisle, Ken Patterson, David Kelleher. 

MATH LEAGUE Front row: Jackie Weicker, Carl Theobald, Debra Dalrymple, Robert 
Flores, Dana Larsen. 

Back row: Lyz Galani, Pat Kelliher, Ken Patterson, John Walker, Luke Mclnnis, David 

Kelliher. 



Mr. Gollis moonlights as the advisor for 

SADD. 

One of SADD's co-presidents Kim Alcaide 
smiles for the camera. 
Selected members of SADD display one of 

their posters. 



ADD 




The Bedford High School 
chapter of Students Against 
Drunk Driving (SADD) started 
in 1981, and this year there 
were more than fifty students 
involved in the program. The 
organization was started in 
1979 by Robert Anastas, coach 
and health education specialist 
at Wayland High School, and 
now has chapters nationwide. 
The Bedford Chapter, headed 
by counselor Bernard Gollis, 
consists of three groups: a pro- 
gramming committee, a social 
committee, and an advertising 
committee. The fact that so 
many dedicated students are 
involved in SADD, shows that 
the students at Bedford High 
care about the program and 
what it stands for. The group 
sponsors meetings and assem- 
blies throughout the school 
year, but puts the most effort 
into alcohol education around 
prom time, a time when stu- 
dents need to be particularly 
aware of the effect of alcohol on 
driving. SADD has been be- 
coming more and more well- 
known and effective in this 
school as it has in others in the 
area. By putting up posters and 
distributing pins, they have 
made students aware of the 
program and its concerns. This 
general awareness is helpful in 
itself, since it may make stu- 
dents in Bedford think twice 
before mixing drinking and 
driving. 



Front Row:Caycee Holly, Suzanne Wright, 
Tracey Hector, Robyn Hannon, Diana Ricci, 
Michelle Mason, Leah Benson, Lisa Hartwell, 
Gretchen Gerbrands, Angela Ditore, Lisa Get- 
ty, David Rhodes, Christine AndersonsSe- 
cond Row: Laura Martell, Lauren Solomita, 
Aruna Goel, Michelle Morris, Nathalie Tay- 
lor, Kristin Hovde, Lyz Galani, Julie Hunt, 
Amy Roberts, Sandra Sabetty, Lisa 
Berkowitz, Ericka Robinson, Kristin Maddox, 
Stacie Killebrew, Tracey Manning, Amy Go- 
dartBack Row: Karen Holmstead, Taavo 
Godtfredsen, Mark Presti, Beth Green, Bob 
Sullivan, Suzann Shapiro, Rene Holtzman, 
Sharon Wachsler, Patricia Sciaraffa, Courtney 
Chubb, Sara Somerset, Philip Szczesniak, 
Laurie Tomcyzkowski, Kim Farmer, David- 
Fierabend, Diane Olsen, Kallie Gleason, 



Cheryl Koenig. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 89 



Committees 



The Citizenship Committee 
is a group of students concerned 
with the world around BHS. 
The committee performs sever- 
al functions during the year, in- 
cluding food drives around 
Thanksgiving and Christmas, 
the monthly election of a citi- 
zen of the month, and services 
at Town Meeting. 

Acting as a liason between 
the Bedford School Committee 
and high school students, the 
five members of the Student 
Advisory Committee meet fre- 
quently with the School Com- 
mittee to give students' views 
on high school issues. These 
students were elected at the be- 
ginning of the year to be repre- 
sentatives of the students of 
BHS. Some issues brought up 
and discussed by the Student 
Advisory Committee have been 
graduation requirements, 
locked bathrooms, and drug 
and alcohol problems. 




Don't bother me while I'm studying, says 
Dave Clancy. 



Suzy Shapiro and Christine 
Anderson in a pensive mood. 




90 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE Seated: Dave Clancy, Mary Jean Papalia, Suzy Shapiro, 
Patricia Sciaraffa, Erika McGilvray, Julie Brill. Standing: Shari Erlich, Neera Tanden, Neil 
O'Brien, Tamar Kupiec, Carl Theobald, Bob Sullivan, Laura Martell, Christine Anderson. 
STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE: 

Greg Melville, Courtney Chubb, Dave Clancy. Christine Anderson, Suzy Shapiro. 



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rill Team 




Top: Trebor Carey reads intently. 

Above: Through rain, through sleet, through 

snow 

Above right: Lemar Brown tries to take off. 



The Air Force Junior Reserve 
Officers Training Corps started 
the year with its first Drill Com- 
petition on December 12, at New- 
port, Rhode Island. The AFJ- 
ROTC is headed by Lt.-Col. 
Campbell and is assisted by 
CMSgt. Braga. Bedford MA-791 
Squadron is made up of three 
parts: Team Drill Regulation, 
Male Drill, and Coed Drill. 

The squadron is commanded by 
C/Capt. Adam Boyd, who is also 
the Drill Team Commander, and 



his deputy commander is C/2nd 
Lt. Matt Brown. The team also 
has C/TSgt. Gregory Evans com- 
manding the Team Regulation 
Drill, with C/lst Lt. Israel Briggs 
at his side. Also, C/2nd Lt. Keith 
Cooney is commanding the coed 
team. 

Especially because of the newly 
added help of SMSgt. Joe Slavens, 
who was a Drill Instructor at 
Lackland AFB, Texas, the team is 
expected to have certain success. 




Front row: Jeff Jensen, Angela Rinald, Patty Colligan, Scott Male, Eddie Hance, Alain 
Lavelanet, Jen Ziemba, Vicki Lee. 

Second row: Rene Levesque, David Slavens, Leanne Parsons, Trebor Carey, Kenneth Moore, 
B.J. Tourville. 

Third row: Keith Cooney, Israel Briggs, Adam Boyd, Lemar Brown, Matt Brown, Greg Evans. 



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irk' -Boys' (State 



Dan Kennedy, all spiffed up for Boys' State. 



Girls' State is an honor given to 
girls around the state to learn 
about our nation's government. 
AH 250 girls were divided into ten 
cities and towns. While they at- 
tended seminars, workshops, and 
campaign meetings, they set up 
city, town, and state "mock gov- 
ernments." After electing and in- 
augurating the officials, they had 
achieved the main goal in the five- 
day experience: to learn about our 
governmental system by hands-on 
participation. Just as important 
were the close friends made in 
only several summer days. Girls' 
State was a great way to live inde- 
pendently on a college campus 
and to make new friends, who now 
mean so much. 



At the sound of the words Boys' 
State, ideas might come to mind 
like entrapment, forced learning, 
or missing your summer vacation. 
But a look into this week of June 
at Bentley College reveals a much 
more interesting and educational 
event. There are 800 guys dressed 
in the same t-shirts exploring a 
large college campus. All students 
take one main seminar and one 
mini-course in various areas of 
government. The event is super- 
vised mostly by former Boys' 
Staters. The older American Le- 
gionaires, most of whom have 
fought for their country, take a 
certain pride in passing knowledge 
of their governmental system to 
the next generation. 





Patti and Jessica were both members of the City of 
Hope characterized by their spirited beanies. 
Posing in one of the Elms College dorm rooms, are 
Patti with her roomie Kim. 



1987 Girls' State: Jessica Meyers, Patricia Sciaraffa 1987 Boys' State: Robert Sul 
Dan Kennedy, Todd Dworshack, Stephen Moore 



92 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



The Thinkers: Secretary Jackie Weicker, 
Treasurers Neera Tanden and Sharon 
Wachsler, Presidents Jessica Meyers and 
Dan Kennedy. Bottom right: Jackie 
Weicker delivers her speech at the induction 

ceremony. 



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ational Honor Socicly 




Inductees 1988 Back row: Dana Larsen, Lauren Solomita, AHssa Millman, Nathalie Taylor 
Second row: Allen Jones, David Hollis, John Walker, Ken Pedersen, Adam Tobey, Pat 
Kelliher, David Kelleher, Dan Warmuth Front row: Nicole Oldenberg, Lisa Getty, Lyz Galani, 
Christine Anderson, Lori Blasioli N.H.S. 1988 Back row: Laura Dmochowski, Beth Goodpas- 
ter, Rene Holtzman, Kathleen McGovern, Suzann Shapiro Second row: Brent Hindman, 
Courtney Chubb, Adam Boyd, Debra Dalrymple, Stephen Moore Front row: Sharon Wachsler, 
Colleen Woolpert, Jackie Weicker, Neera Tanden, Jessica Meyers, Dan Kennedy, Philip Scszes- 
niak 



The Bedford chapter of the 
National Honor Society has al- 
ways been a prestigious aca- 
demic group. The students who 
are members must be nominat- 
ed by their teachers for induc- 
tion. Those selected show the 
outstanding qualities of charac- 
ter, leadership, scholarship, 
and service. Some of the honor 
society's activities during the 
year include: serving coffee for 
the Adult Education program, 
tutoring other students in the 
school, offering services to the 
elderly in the community, and 
participating in the National 
Heart Association's Phone-a- 
thon. The society also sponsors 
a dance in the spring; proceeds 
of which go to scholarships for 
worthy seniors. In addition, 
students consistently show 
their talents academically by 
taking challenging courses and 
performing remarkably well. As 
members, they must maintain 
superior marks for all four 
years at B.H.S. This group of 
students deserves much credit 
for being able to generously re- 
spond to the needs of the com- 
munity and school, despite 
their busy schedules and heavy 
homework loads. The National 
Honor Society is respected 
across the country as a group of 
students who have high stan- 
dards of excellence for their 
school, for their community, 
and for themselves. 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 93 



elemedia 



Behind the scenes with Eric Cordes. 
The anchor people of "BHS Today": Dan, Shar- 
on, and Alissa. 




"Good morning, BHS. This is 
your own morning news pro- 
gram bringing you all of Bed- 
ford High School's news live!" 
In most schools, a student 
would be bored listening to the 
morning announcements in 
homeroom. Not here, however! 
We are fortunate to have the 
exciting student organized and 
student produced television 
shows of Telemedia. The most 
popular show being "BHS To- 
day" each morning which is 
broadcasted through the entire 
town. After much training and 
tedious practice for both talent 
and technical people, the stu- 
dent broadcasters become 
ready to do it live. Other mem- 
bers are responsible for doing 
pre-taped interviews to be aired 
on the morning show. Partici- 
pants find it's one thing to keep 
the show from going completely 
haywire, but quite another to 
pull off a tight, respectable, 
semi-pro production. 

The students in the Teleme- 
dia club are dedicated and hard 
working. Not only do some 
members come in early in the 
morning to set up for "BHS To- 
day", others stay late in the af- 
ternoon to tape interviews or 
sporting events. Telemedia is 
more than meets the eye or 
what appears on the screen. So- 
"for all of BHS's news, weather, 
and sports," tune into 
Telemedia. 



Front row: Brian Seidman, Tamar Kupiec, 
Todd Dworshak, Debra Dalrymple, Kate 
O'Neil, Mark Gordon, Lilo Carr, Tracy Bar- 
ber, Kathleen McGovern. Middle row: Dr. 
Morse, Luke Mclnnis, Jackie Welcker, David 
Weinfurt, Eric Cordes, Alissa Millman, Jill 
Oblas, Laura Martell. Top row: John Walker, 
David Kelliher, Andrew Shapiro, Dan Kenne- 
dy, Anthony Paglia, Sharon Wachsler. 



94 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




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rama Club 



If you've caked on a face-full of 
make-up, squeezed into an uncom- 
fortable costume, and after a 
quick, nervous "Break a leg" from 
a friend, walked onto the stage 
with your heart flip-flopping into 
your mouth, then you know what 
it's like to be in the Drama Club. 
Actors, directors, and crews are 
kept busy all year round - starting 
in the fall with the competitive 
Tournament of Plays. This year 
the Freshman presented an en- 
semble piece, Two Small Fries to 
Go, where they portrayed teen- 
agers describing their transitions 
into young adulthood. Two Bot- 
tles Of Relish, a suspense thriller, 
was performed by the sophomore 
cast whose member, Lilo Carr, re- 
ceived Best Supporting Actress. 
Brett Carey, member of the junior 



class play Nobody Sleeps, was 
awarded Best Newcomer. The Se- 
niors gave an on-the-edge-of- 
your-seat production named The 
Patient where Carl Theobald, re- 
cipient of the Best Actor award, 
and Bob Sullivan, Best Support- 
ing Actor, try to solve a murder 
mystery. One of the suspects, Julie 
Hunt, was awarded Best Actress. 
The primo award, however, is Best 
Play which was given (can you 
guess it?) to the Class of '88 for the 
third year in a row. 

The Drama Club is also in- 
volved with the exhilarating Mas- 
sachusetts State Tournament. 
The final fling is the spring pro- 
duction. Never static, always dy- 
namic, are the actors, stage crew, 
and directors of the Drama Club 






Julie Hunt, Robert Sullivan, and Carl Theo- 
bald spend hours executing their roles for the 
Tournament. 



Front row: Mr. Phinney, Mrs. Sorgi, Liz 
Kleekamp, Lilo Carr, Julie Hunt, Erika 
McGilvray, Jessica Meyers, Debra Dalrymple, 
Lyz Galani, Beth Green, Judy Galani, Mike 
Liss, Matthew Stein. Middle row: Chris 
Rhodes, Mark Gordon, Adam Boyd, Dan Ken- 
nedy, Bob Sullivan, Carl Theobold, Mark 
Presti, Michelle Kenney, Brett Carey, Becky 
Rosenberg, Michelle Dee Top row: Kristin 
Pugh, Kate O'Neil, R.J. Garrison, Ericka Rob- 
inson, Kathy McGovern, Julie Brill, Sharon 
Wachsler, Nicole Picard, Neera Tanden, Mary 
Jean Papalia, Jackie Weicker, James Paton, 
Angela Gautier, Nicole Linton. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 95 



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ingers 



Jessica Meyers, the valued accompanist for 

the Choir 

Erin Fehlau, David Rhodes, Chriv 
Rhodes,and Rachel Pollock gather around 
the piano to sing. 



Ensembles is another one of 
many wonderful singing groups at 
the high school. Unlike the other 
groups, Ensembles has no re- 
quired audition for members; it is 
a general level group open to all. 
The Ensembles perform with the 
choir at the Holiday Concert in 
December. They also perform at 
the annual Spring Concert. It's a 
great elective for those who love to 
sing but who hate to try out. This 
is an energetic and enthusiastic 
group that knows singing can be 
fun! 

The Bedford High School 
Choir is the largest singing group 
in the school. An audition is re- 
quired to be a member of the 
choir. The group consists of fifty 



nine male and female voices and it 
performs throughout the year. Be- 
sides their usual POMS, Holiday, 
and Spring Concerts, which are al- 
ways spectacular, each of the choir 
members takes part in the annual 
Musical Comedy. This March, the 
choir and some Madrigal members 
put on the Broadway production 
My Fair Lady. As always, this 
B.H.S. musical comedy was an 
outstanding success. 

In spring of 1987, the choir com- 
peted in the Montreal Music Fes- 
tival. Because there were no com- 
petitions this year, much of the 
choir's focus was towards making 
My Fair Lady the best produc- 
tion ever to hit Bedford. 





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ENSEMBLES: Marlene Wyatt, Aruna Goel, 
Laura Fairbanks, Bridget Linehan, Alejandra 
Flores, Tracey Hector, Amy Smallwood. 
CHOIR Back row: Christine Sullivan, 
Heatherly Wilson, Mary Jean Papalia, Patri- 
cia Sciaraffa, Sara Kostishack, Liz Kleekamp, 
Mike Durkin, James Paton, David Feierabend, 
Nicole Picard, Karen Holmstead, Jill Oblas, 
Christine Anderson, Julie Hunt, Lisa Getty 
Third row: Laura Carlson, Patty Colligan, 
Jenny Cohen, Sheri Erlich, Adrienne Wood, 
Megan Dworshack, Imal Scot, Devin Hale, 
Brett Carey, Jonathon KoopSecond row: 
Elizabeth Welch, Rebecca Wolf, Anne Ricci, 
Kathy Doughty, Jennifer Lund, Tracey Man- 
ning, Anna Rampachini, Luke McGinnis, Tre- 
bor Carey, David Rhodes, Rachel Meyers, 
Kristen Pugh, Kate O'Neil, Ericka Robinson- 
Front row: Kerry Pignatiello, Leah Benson, 
Amy Godart, Erin Fehlau, Christine Hamel, 
Lia Wheeler, Matt Stein, Mike Gliss, Chris 
Welch, Christian Blondin, Beth Goodpaster, 
Robin McArdle, Debra Dalrymple, Gretchen 
Gerbrands, Nathalie Whitcomb, Jessica Mey- 
ers. 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 96 



Kathy McGovern and Nicole Picard practice 
a Double Sextette piece together. 
Angela Gautier, Trebor Carey, and Rachel 
Pollock harmonize after school for Madrigal. 



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"Can't Help Singing!"- This 
is one of the songs performed 
by the Double Sextette. It was 
properly named so for the 
members of the Double Sex- 
tette just can't help singing; 
this select group of fifteen girls 
performs at several in-school 
concerts such as the Poms, 
Holiday, and Spring Concerts. 
Their commitment does not 
end here, however, for they also 
perform concerts in the com- 
munity for some of Bedford's 
most prestigious clubs like the 
Rotary, Social, and Women's 
clubs. This year the Double 
Sextette had the added plea- 
sure of traveling to Disney 
World, Florida, to perform such 
entertaining number as the hot 
arrangement of "In The 
Mood." 

"Phinney's girls," as the 
group is commonly called, are 
directed by the multi-talented 
Diana Ricci and Jessica Meyers. 

Madrigal is another select 
singing group, only it contains 
both males and females. It per- 
forms, however, a more difficult 
level of music that stuns and 
awes audiences. Like the Dou- 
ble Sextette, the Madrigal per- 
forms in in-school and commu- 
nity concerts. It, too, traveled 
to sunny Florida in February. 
The Madrigal with its concen- 
trated talent, the highlight of 
many concerts. 



DOUBLE SEXTETTE: Robyn Hannon- 
,Sara Kostishack, Patricia Sciaraffa, Mary 
Jean Papalia, Lilo Carr, Roxanne Hannon, 
Kathy Doughty, Nicole Picard, Erika McGilv- 
ray, Rachel Meyers, Angela Gautier, Rachel 
Pollock, Ericka Robinson, Camilla Ericson, 
Jessica Meyers, Diana Ricci, and not pictured, 
Kathleen McGovern. MADRIGAL Back 
row: Robyn Hannon, Lilo Carr, Dan Kenne- 
dy, Carl Theobald, Michael Stein, Robert Sul- 
livan, Camilla Ericson, Kathleen McGovern 
Front row: Roxanne Hannon, Jessica Mey- 
ers, Patricia Sciaraffa, Dwayne Sharpe, Trebor 
Carey, Chris Rhodes, Nicole Picard, Erika 
McGilvray, Rachel Pollock, Angela Gautier, 
Kathy Doughty. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 97 



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usicians 



Scott Anderson plays a popular Concert 

Band tune. 

Cindy Rivinius learns to play the newest 
orchestra piece. 



Concert Band is an elective 
that gives students a chance to 
learn and perform music at a 
general level. The band mem- 
bers, though it is not obligatory, 
may also be members of the 
Marching Band. However, each 
person must be a member of the 
Parade Band, which performs 
in local parades. This year, all 
effort was funneled towards the 
annual Quincy Holiday parade. 
At the same time, the Concert 
Band prepares for their portion 
of the Winter Band Concert 
and the Spring Concert. 

The string instruments enter 
the scene through the Orches- 
tra, which is directed by Mr. 
Richard Hagar. The orchestra 
displays its skill each year at 
the Holiday and Chamber Mu- 
sic concerts. The group consists 
of enthusiastic and talented vi- 
olin, viola, cello, and bass play- 
ers. For some of the more spec- 
tacular numbers, selected Wind 
Ensemble musicians join in to 
round out the orchestra's 
sound. The Orchestra is a val- 
ued part of the Music Depart- 
ment, that has the ability to 
make even the most difficult 
music look easy. 



Band Back row: Linda Zimmer, Julie Ann 
Pilgrim, Matt O'Malley, Matt Conklin, Robert 
Donaldson, Gary Wadden, Mark Minassian, 
Jamie Asbedian, Amy Storer, Tricia McGov- 
ern, Dave Greelish, Dave Concannon, Doug 
Jones, Jeff Udell, Chris McCune Third row: 
Michelle Morris, Liz Boehm, Erica Galvan, 
Tracey Hale, Mike Dahnke, James Perry, Bri- 
an Mayer, Chris Hirsch, Mark Frederick, Jer- 
ry Howard, Sandra Sabetty, Erin Fehlau, 
Mike Dmochowski, Alex Freeman Second 
row: Sean Deardorf, Shari Erlich, James 
Busch, Scott Anderson, Jack Geilfuss, Ryan 
Cardoos, Monica Hunsader, Dwayne Sharpe, 
Kathy Hurd Front row: Amy Borshay, Lisa 
Berkowitz, Tammy Coriaty, Joe Poulin, Becky 
Rosenberg, Barbara Bass, Tanya Kirkland 
Orchestra Back row: Dan Kennedy, Rich 
Axtell, Bob Sullivan, Karrie Armstrong, John 
Goodarz Third row: Devin Hale, Nadav Ku- 
piec, Pat Kelliher, Shannon Davis, Mike Dur- 
kin, Vicki Lee, Suzanne Wright Second row: 
Eric Packer, Chrissy Anderson, Tamar Ku- 
piec, Nicole Picard, Diana Ricci, John Pecora, 
Jen Lund, Leah Benson, Luke McGinnis, 
Mike Stein Front row: Nichelle Berry, Kitty 
Rosewall, Cindy Rivinius, Brian Kern, John 
Goodpaster, Samir Kapuria, Shannon Berry, 
Eileen Shaughnessy, Carl Theobald 




98 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Three freshmen sax players take a break: 
Rachel Meyers, Judy Galani, and Erin 
Fehlau. 

Schoolwide, Dan Kennedy is known for his 
expertise in drumming. 




Musicians 



Wind Ensemble is the only 
honors level music group at B.H.S. 
Members of the Wind Ensemble 
must audition for membership, 
which tends to be quite competi- 
tive. These talented musicians are 
characterized by their dedication 
to music and their serious atti- 
tudes. Although one of the re- 
quirements is to be in the March- 
ing Band as well, most of the 
members are enthusuastic enough 
to view Marching Band not as an 
obligation but as a fun-filled activ- 
ity. The Wind Ensemble also per- 
forms in both the winter and 
spring concerts, playing only the 
most challenging, yet enjoyable 
pieces. 



The Jazz Ensemble is the 

smallest, select instrumental 
group in the music department. 
This group gives students a 
chance to play an entirely differ- 
ent style of music than those they 
are used to. Often, a member of 
the Jazz group has an opportunity 
to try a new instrument for the 
performances. Jazz Ensemble's 
debut performance is at the annu- 
al Winter Concert, at which they 
are often called upon for an en- 
core. B.H.S. audiences always look 
forward to the jazz performances, 
since this group succeeds in play- 
ing a lively, unique style of music 
that appeals to students, faculty, 
and parents. 




Wind Ensemble Top row: Dan Kennedy, 
Rich Axtell, John Tanzer, Brian Bradshaw, 
Carl Theobald, Jennifer Lund, Christine An- 
derson. Fourth row: Colleen Woolpert, Chris 
Rhodes, Leah Benson, Laura Dmochowski, 
Kathy McGovern, Mike Durkin, Mike Stein, 
Mark Galvan, Suzanne Wright, Vicki Lee. 
Third row: Brad Geilfuss, Paula Rapoza, Kris- 
ten Pugh, Jonathan Koop, Shannon Davis, 
Kevin Duris, Adam Boyd, Pat Kelliher, Devin 
Hale, Nadav Kupiec. Second row: Gretchen 
Gerbrands, John Pecora, Kitty Rosewall, Julie 
McMahan, Joy Anderson, Rachel Meyers, 
Judy Galani, Greg Melville, Robert Sullivan. 
Front row: Tamar Kupiec, Tracey Manning, 
Amy Wojnar, Diana Ricci, Mary Jean Papalia, 
Nicole Picard. Jazz Ensemble Top row: 
Robert Sullivan, Brian Bradshaw, John 
Tanzer, Dan Kennedy, Jennifer Lund, Chris- 
tine Anderson, Beth Goodpaster. Third row: 
Jonathan Koop, Shannon Davis, Adam Boyd, 
Pat Kelliher, Devin Hale, Nadav Kupiec. Sec- 
ond row: Brad Geilfuss, Diana Ricci, Jeff 
Udell, Mike Durkin, Vicki Lee, Carl Theobald, 
Mike Stein. First row: Nicole Picard, M.J. 
Papalia, Chris Rhodes, Greg Melville, Judy 
Galani, Leah Benson, Laura Dmochowski. 




Marching Band 



For the fourth consecutive year, 
the B.H.S. marching band prac- 
ticed hard and performed hard 
under the direction of Paul K. 
Smith. Starting on the Tuesday 
before school, and every Friday 
through the fall, the entire band 
congregated on our new practice 
field. Listening to the monotonous 
tones of "Horns up", "Get the 
spacing right", and "What hap- 
pened to the diagonals?" through 
Mr. Smith's megaphone, the band 
went through the field show con- 
sisting of "Mirada", "St. Thom- 
as", "American in Paris", and 
"The Color Purple" until Mr. 
Smith pronounced himself satis- 
fied with the performance. 

The gruelling practices, which 
were well known around school, 
paid off when drum majors Nicole 



Picard and Bob Sullivan led the 
band, flags, and majorettes onto 
the field in competition. At the 
MICA competition in Sullivan 
Stadium, the band placed second 
in Massachusetts in its division. 
Previously, the band had per- 
formed at the Billerica Band 
Competition and had been award- 
ed first place in its division. 

All of the band's practices were 
not purely for competition. Tradi- 
tionally, the band has marched at 
all the Bedford High football 
games, and this year was no excep- 
tion. 

This year, the band took off to 
Disney World , where people who 
had never heard of Bedford 
learned that the Bedford High 
band was "Goose Bump Golden." 





Marching Band 1987: Front row: Drum Major Nicole Picard; Banner girls: Angela Gautier. 
Anna Rampichini; Drum Major Robert Sullivan. Second row: Flutes: Diana Ricci, Amy 
Wojnar; Percussion: Richard Axtell, Matt Conklin, Robert Donaldson, Dan Kennedy, Mark 
Gordon, John Tanzer, Brian Bradshaw, Maureen Worth. Third row: Woodwinds: -Joy Ander 
son, Tracy Hale, Colleen Woolpert, Brad Geilfuss, Mike Dahnke, Paula Rapoza, Jamie Perry, 
Kitty Rosewall, Shari Erlich, Judy Galani. Fourth row: Woodwinds: Leah Benson, Laura 
Dmochowski, Julie McMahan, Kristen Pugh, Greg Melville, Chris Rhodes, Rachel Meyers, 
Mary Jean Papalia, Erin Fehlau, Sandra Sabetty. Fifth row: Brass: Kevin Duris, Shannon 
Davis, David Greelish, Adam Boyd, Nadav Kupiec, Pat Kelliher, Mark Galvin, Suzanne Wright, 
Vicki Lee, Chrissy Anderson. Sixth row: Equipment managers: Ginny Magno, Nancy 
Saunders, Michelle Dee. Brass: Tricia McGovern, Carl Theobald, Mike Stein, Alex Freeman. 
Equipment managers: Jonathan Koop, Kathy Hurd, Jodie Russo. Last row: Tubas: Becky 
Rosenberg, Kathy McGovern, Mike Durkin, Lilo Carr. 



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The 1986-87 Color Guard 
ended their season with spec- 
tacular achievements. The 
guard was named best color 
guard in the Quincy Holiday 
Parade, and was awarded first 
place at an indoor guard compe- 
tition at the Festival of Music 
in Montreal. 

1987-88 began with the addi- 
tion of four members to our 
squad, bringing it to a total of 
sixteen girls. The guard com- 
peted in the Billerica Invita- 
tional and received the award 
for best color guard, and partic- 
ipated with the band in the 
MICA competition at Sullivan 
Stadium, winning a silver 
medal. 

The majorette squad started 
practicing in mid July for the 
fall parades, competitions, and 
half-time shows. New coach 
Judy Jones brought out many 
talents among the girls, giving 
them the ability to compete 
successfully as a unit. 

Daily practices enhanced the 
squad's performance and 
helped them to win competi- 
tions as part of the band front. 
In the past two years, along 
with the band, the majorettes 
visited such places as Washing- 
ton D.C. and Montreal, where 
they participated in a majorette 
competition as well as a parade. 

This year, the band, color 
guard, and majorettes took off 
to Florida, where they marched 
down Disney World's Main 
Street, as well as performing at 
Epcot Center. 



Majorettes: Front row: Captains Gwen Moll, 
Heather Carlton; Middle row: Jennifer 
Ashe, Lori Goodwin, Pam Taylor. Back row: 
Diane Olsen, Tami Beecy, Lyz Galani, Cindy 
Rivinius. Flag Squad: Front row: Captains 
Erika McGilvray, Sharon Beardsley; Middle 
row: Debbie Boudreau, Anne Ricci, Lisa 
Berkowitz, Roxanne Hannon, Krysha 
Spiewak; Back row: Gretchen Gerbrands, 
Kristen Godart, Beth Green, Karen Holm- 
stead, Laura Martell, Liz Kleekamp, Janet 
Carroll. 



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Sue Bishop gives words of encouragement to Kim Alcaide before a soccer 
game. 




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Right: Robert Jones and "Deacon" Doug Jones brace 
themselves for a powerful play. 
Below: Dave "Cheesebum" Bauman runs with the 
ball, escaping the tackles of two of his opponents. 




As "Cheesebum" (Dave 
Bauman) shouts the numbers, 
"Opus" (Tom Boumann) grips 

the ball in anticipation. 



104 SPORTS 



Front row: Peter Duda, Sam Panzeri, Brian Sheick, Pervice Lenier, Donn Campbell, 
Brent Hindman, Devin Hale, Dave Carlson, Dave Fierabend. 

Second row: Coach Sabourin, Bill Busch, Craig Minassian, T.J. McNeany, Lemar 
Brown, Doran Bowers, Lee Pavlas, Mike Jarvis, Dave Bauman. 
Third row: Chris Zellner, Kevin Grof, Sean Wilson, Rich Fidele, Brian Smith, Dan 
Couto, Darryl Freni, Paul Cronin, Coach Colonel Campbell. 

Fourth row: Glen Pearson, Pat Jarvis, Dwayne Sharpe, Alain Lavelanet, Doug Jones, 
Phil Poor, Dana Park, Mike Shamon, Ronnie Bird. 

Back row: Kevin Curly, Joe Lovecchio, Doug Orlando, Robert Jones, Kosta Vasila- 
kos, Tom Harrington, Florentine Rowell, Lennox Chase. 




FOOTBALL 

THE LEGACY DEGINcS 
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Left: "Lightning" Mike Shamon and Lee 
Pavlas celebrating one of "Lightning's" 
amazing touchdowns. 
Below: The master of kick-offs this 
season, Peter "The Dude" Duda is seen 
here in two stages of one of his famed 
barefoot kicks. 




JV Front row: Mike McCarter, Justin Jardine, Pete Shamon, Aaron Oldenberg, 
Steve Mead, Sean Linehan. 

Middle row: Coach Tom Mulligan, Ryan Jansen, Eric Chandnoit, Phil Blaisdell, 
Mike Blasi, Chris Hirsch. 

Back row: Mark Minassian, Marcus Kennedy, Keith Farmer, Eric Pearson, Jeff 
Jones, Tim McNeany, Coach Sean Anderson. 



To be the best is a dream, a 
seemingly always unreachable 
fantasy that poor teams are in 
awe of and that great teams 
take as a challenge. This year 
the Varsity Football Team took 
that challenge. 

Perhaps the win that the 
Bucs will remember the most, 
aside, of course, from the tradi- 
tional Bedford-Concord 
Thanksgiving Game, is their 
win against Lincoln-Sudbury in 
which the team broke that 
town's twenty-seven game, 
three-year winning streak 7-0. 
As for the Thanksgiving Game, 
Bedford shut out Concord 35- 
17, defeating our rivals for the 
first time since 1978! 

What made the team so in- 
credible this year? A love for 
the game and a determination 
to achieve coupled with an 
amazing set of football players. 
The credit for the team's suc- 
cess can go not to the plays or 
the strategies but to the indi- 
vidual members of the team 
working together to create an 
unstoppable and infallible win- 
ning force. 




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Before the '87 season began, 
the Boys' Varsity Soccer Team 
was considered the "dark 
horse" team in the D.C.L. The 
team had eight returning start- 
ers and some promising under- 
classmen. However, they faced 
a very strong league with teams 
like the everpresent power- 
houses of Lincoln-Sudbury and 
Acton-Boxborough. Overall, it 
was a very strong season for the 
team. They outscored their op- 
ponents 37-17 and finished 
with a winning record of 8-6-4. 
Bedford had a strong defense as 
well, only once allowing more 
than two goals in one game. 

Despite this inspiring play- 
ing, the season ended with a 
heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Way- 
land which kept the tourna- 
ment two points out of reach. 
Their admirable effort 
throughout the season earned 
Bedford a great deal of respect 
within the league, upholding 
Bedford soccer's tradition of ex- 
cellence. Remember--there's al- 
ways next year. 



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the ball against Lincoln- 
Sudbury. 

Below: The team sits by their 
net, resting before the start of 
the second half. 






Kneeling: Alan Sayles, Jim Lolis, Sommala Khoxayo, Anthony Alves, Goalie Jim 
Hunt, Co-Captain Dave Concannon, Co-Captain Chris Hamby, Goalie Andrew 
Spofford, Dave Clancy, Pete Dion, Eric Berman, Tom Lantine. 
Standing: Coach Floriano Pavao, Dave Hunt, Mark Gray, Chris Clemons, Liam 
Hurley, Dave Fox, Jamie Lewis, Rich Perry, Matt Mazzotta, Dave Rhodes, Dave 
Hollis, Coach Joe Patuleia. 



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SPORTS 107 




Team spirit and friendship from Dana Larsen, Liz 
Boehm, Kathy Doughty, Lisa Pecora, and Robyn 
Hannon. 



Front row: Co-Captains Kathy Doughty and Caroline Ennis. Second row: Lisa 
Pecora, Robyn Hannon, Heather Bensley, Susan Bishop, Heather Urquhart. 
Third row: Jen Lund, Pam Miller, Tracey Hector, Kim Farmer, Liz Boehm. 
Back row: Sheryl Petrecca, Pam Taylor, Goalie Christine Sullivan, Dana Larsen, 
Kristin Maddox, Meredith Evans. 



108 SPORTS 





Left: Kim Alcaide is always in 
control of the ball. 
Below left: Persistence and 
determination as shown by 
Pam Taylor. 

Below right: Coach Dave 
Wilson stands arm-in-arm with 
Co-Captains Kathy Doughty 
and Caroline Ennis. 




The Girls' Varsity Soccer 
Team had a terrific season. De- 
spite early injuries to players, 
Bedford was extremely success- 
ful, bettering last year's perfor- 
mance with this year's 11-4-3 
record. Due to Bedford's awe- 
some defensive squad, all oppo- 
nents were held to a mere 0.6 
goal average per game, while 
the outstanding offensive unit 
scored an average of two goals 
per game. 

The 1987 team was the first 
to advance to the quarter-finals 
in the State Tournament, an ac- 
complishment that no recent 
Bedford girls' soccer team has 
been able to reach. In the play- 
off game against Pentucket, the 
girls held their ground well in a 
0-0 tie for an exhausting seven 
overtimes, but Pentucket final- 
ly overcame BHS and won the 
game and the chance to com- 
pete in the semi-finals. 




Front row: 

Jamie Bailey, Liz Welch, Carla Alley, Heather Sewall, Monica Hunsader, Michelle 
Boisvert. 
Back row: 

Shannon Berry, Suzy Ferro, Marni Shea, Nikki Maddox, Julie Merrill, Amy 
Borshay. 



SPORTS 109 



FIELD HOCKEY 

LET'S GO LAD1E6! 



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The future looks bright for 
Bedford's Varsity Field Hockey 
Team. This year's team was one 
of the biggest ever, with up- 
wards of 40 players (including 
J. v.). Since the team was 
young, this season can be 
looked at as a training session 
for an up-and-coming unbeat- 
able squad. 

A game that was filled both 
with joy and disappointment 
this year was the Bucs' game 
against Newton North. It was 
played exceptionally well, so 
the Bucs were thrilled when, in 
the last six minutes of the 
game, Michelle Marino scored. 
Bedford continued to play with 
determination, however, within 
three minutes Newton scored, 
bringing the final score to a 
one-one tie. This year's cap- 
tains were half-back Jackie 
Weicker and links Sharon 
Wachsler and Laura Dmo- 
chowski. Making the Dual 
County League All-Star team 
were the three captains, goalie 
Leslie Fryer, and sweep Su- 
zanne Wright. 



Right: Suzanne Wright outstrides her opponent. 
Below left: Jack-bo's bandana and glove adorn her as 
.^he dribbles the ball down the field. 
Below right: Sara Puffer and Lauren Solomita: Let's 
go beat on some football players. 




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VARSITY Front row: Captains Sharon Wachsler, Jackie Weicker, Laura 

Dmochowski. 

Middle row: Katie Putney, Jean Venuti, Nikki Oldenburg, Ami Bowen, Amy 
Pietchel, Donna Williams, Courtney Eagles, Sarah Glennon. 
Back row: Mary Kate Hanley, Lauren Solomita, Caycee Hawley, Michelle 
Marino, Kristin Pugh, Leslie Fryer, Suzanne Wright, Crissy Cronin, Robin 

McArdle, Sara Puffer, Manager Lee Lavi. 




JV Front row: Cara Swenson, Holly Stockdale, Lynnette Blanchard, Jen Sharon "Doc" Wachsler dashes towards the goal. 

Cohen, Tricia McGovern, Tammy Coriaty. 

Middle row: Rachel Meyers, Erin Fehlau, Susanne Spencer, Michelle Burke. 
Back row: Megan Dworshak, Amy Andrade, Rachel Pollock, Carolyn Sarno, 
Christine Hamel, Coach Raeann Walsh. 



SPORTS 111 



Nadav Kupiec shows off his 
graceful form and athletic 
prowess. 



It was another highly suc- 
cessful season for the Boys' 
Cross- Country Team in 1987. 
Coming into the season, they 
knew it would be a battle be- 
tween Bedford and Weston for 
the league title, and, in the end, 
it was Bedford who went unde- 
feated in dual meets to win the 
Dual County League crown. 

Following its undefeated reg- 
ular season, the team entered a 
wild post-season. In the DCL 
All-League Meet, through hail 
and snow, the varsity team 
placed second, missing first by 
the slightest of margins. Then 
it was on to the Division Four 
sectionals, where Bedford's 
third place finish qualified the 
team for the State Finals, 
which were held in sub-freezing 
temperatures. In this final 
meet, the Bucs placed twenty- 
fourth. The Bucs are looking 
forward to another successful 
season next year, although they 
will be losing seniors Dan War- 
muth. Bob Hanley, and Cap- 
tain Greg Melville. 




Kneeling: 

Jamie Perry, Erik Cordes, Adam Tobey, Bob Hanley, Captain Greg Melville, 

Nadav Kupiec. 

Standing: 

Chris Welch, Brad Geilfuss, Dan Warmuth, Chris Blondin, Scott Granowitz, Coach 
Sullivan. 



112 SPORTS 




A-COUNTDY 

PDIDE IN &TDIDE 



Left: Jennifer Dickinson breaks in her Ha- 
waiian shorts with a steady race along the 
fence. 

Below left: Captain Tamar Kupiec creeps 
up on her opponent in order to pass her. 
Below right: As their T-shirts show, Karrie 
Armstrong and Michelle Mason run with 
winged feet. 








Kneeling: 

Tracy Hale, Michelle Mason, Kitty Rosewall, Loree Galpin, Captain Tamar Ku- 
piec, Marianne Abbott, Christine Anderson. 
Standing: 

Laura Reynolds, Jennifer Dickinson, Karrie Armstrong, Kim Mello, Cheryl 
Koenig, Julie Harley, Coach Huff. 



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This year's Girls' Cross- 
country team had a season of 
regrowth. Lead by Coach Huff, 
the young team ran a long, hard 
season. Captain Tamar Kupiec, 
Christine Anderson, and 
Cheryl Koenig were the only re- 
turning members from last 
year. The team, consisting 
mainly of underclassmen, pro- 
gressed greatly during the sea- 
son and shows promise for next 
year. 

Marianne Abbott, Kitty 
Rosewall, Georgia Stefanada- 
kis, and Jennifer Dickinson 
were all newcomers who ran a 
number of strong races and im- 
proved continuously during the 
season. Karrie Armstrong, Mi- 
chele Mason, and Julie Harley 
ran well in the season and also 
improved. Although the team's 
overall record was not an accu- 
rate reflection of the team ef- 
fort, all members worked hard 
throughout the season. 

Personal records were made 
and goals reached, but perhaps 
more important was the team 
spirit shown by psych bags and 
the friendship shared by all in 
the true Bucs spirit. 




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Traveling over the rolling 
green with a golf bag slung over 
his shoulder and a spring in his 
step is the future Arnold Palm- 
er of this year's golf team. The 
optimism and the enthusiasm 
of the team members, not to 
mention the much appreciated 
support of Coach Reynolds, 
help the team to reach greater 
heights of achievement. The 
golf team was able to match the 
record of its prior season de- 
spite the loss of its top four 
players. Part of this was due to 
the late season action of senior 
Michael Handley and junior 
Luke Mclnnis. The no-non- 
sense, hard-hitting combina- 
tion of Jayson Gilberti and Aar- 
on Finkelstein had the highest 
number of strokes for Bedford. 
Rookies Scott Venuti and Ke- 
vin Duris were also a big asset. 
The golf team is expected to put 
more wins in the column next 
season. Overall, the young golf 
team showed substantial im- 
provement this year. 



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Right:Mike Handley swings for a 
hole-in-one. Bottom left:Kevin 
Duris and Scott Venuti offers 
John Russo some advice. Bottom 
right.'Dave Greelish exemplifies 
perfect form. 





Bottom row:Jayson Gilberti, Neil O'Brien, David Greelish, Mike Handley, Paul 
Connors, John Russo. Top row:John Ebersole, Kevin Geary, Aaron Finkelstein, 
Andy Shapiro, Scott Venuti, Nicholas Stefanidakis, Joe Somerset, Samir Kapuria, 
Kevin Duris, Coach Reynolds. 



114 SPORTS 




Chris demons 
(left) and Scott 
Young (below) 
practice the unique 
skill of riflery. 



DIFLE TEAM 

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The rifle Team did very well 
this year, with several wins and 
a first place finish in the Mass. 
Junior Olympic Champion- 
ships. The team was led by cap- 
tain Scott Young, and coach 
Richard Dyer contributed his 
expertise for the second year. In 
addition, the new paint, ceiling 
tiles, and backstop turned the 
range into a high class facility. 
Most of the work on the range 
was done by the coach and 
members of the team. 

The talent of the team was 
spread between seniors, juniors, 
sophomores, ans freshmen. Se- 
niors Chris demons and Scott 
Young were solid, consistent 
performers, while freshman 
John Goodpaster showed out- 
standing potential, and was 
team high scorer at the Mass. 
Junior Olympics. All in all, 
team spirit together with rigor- 
ous physical and mental train- 
ing, was the rifle team's key to 
success. 




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Bottom row: Brian Seidman, Christopher Hirsch, Captain Scott Young, William 
Putney, Mark Chen. Top row: Joseph Poulin, John Goodpaster, Christopher de- 
mons, Coach Richard Dyer, Jayson Gilberti, Brian Kane, Ken Chen. 



SPORTS 115 



Roger Gaul takes a dive in hopes of capturing a 

1st place. 



The Boys' Swim Team started the 
season off slowly, but once they got 
started they swam along with the 
rest. In three big meets against Bur- 
lington, Boston Latin, and Leomin- 
ster, Bedord was victorious every 
time. 

The team was guided by Captains 
Brian Maczko, Todd Dworshak, and 
Shawn Reynolds. All showed prom- 
ising swims; Maczko in diving and 
the 100 breast, Reynolds in the 50 
freestyle, and Dworshak in the 100 
breast. The three captains helped to 
push forward the underclassmen, 
with Ken Pederson in the 200 indi- 
vidual medley and Aaron Finklestein 
in the 100 butterfly. The team 
showed much improvement in the 
course of the season with improve- 
ment by each individual on the team. 






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Front Row: Managers Suzy Shapiro and Alissa Millman. 

Second Row: Coach Maczko, Roger Gaul, Mike Handley, Captains Todd Dwor- 
shak, Brian Maczko, and Shawn Reynolds, Anthony Paglia, Jim Busch. 
Back Row: Rich Axtel, Alex Freeman, Rob Doherty, Ken Pederson, Alain Lave- 
lanet, Aaron Finklestein, Jonathan Koop, R.J. Garrison. 



116 SPORTS 




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"AQUAE)UC(g)" 

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Left: Swish! Todd Dworshak swims his 
last length of the breaststroke. 
Below Left: Hoping to capture the lead 
for the relay, Nichelle Berry psyches 
herself up for her leg of the race. 
Below Right: Waiting for an ok from 
the judges, Laura Cook prepares herself 
for another dive. 



Front Row: Captains Alissa Millman, Rene Holtzman, Courtney Chubb. 
Second Row: Robin Bailey, Laura Cook, Suzy Shapiro. 

Third Row: Seema Tiku, Kathy Schowalter, Leanne Parsons, Mandy Parsons, 
Rachel Campbell, Michelle Baker. 

Back Row: Amy Storer, Melissa Ferro, Linda Zimmer, Chrissie Campbell, Ni- 
chelle Berry, Coach Maczko. 




The Girls' Swim Team consisted of 
only 17 girls, 9 of whom were new to 
the team. By the end of the season, 
the newcomers had improved so 
much that some of them earned var- 
sity letters. The entire team pulled 
together for the end of the season 
with a 5-4-1 record, a sixth place fin- 
ish in the sectional meet, and sev- 
enth place in States. 

Senior Captains Rene Holtzman 
and Courtney Chubb were the two 
strongest swimmers for Bedford. 
Rene had a fourth in the 200 I.M. 
and seventh in backstroke for States, 
and Courtney placed first in 500 free- 
style and third in 200 freestyle. 

Even though the team did excep- 
tionally well throughout the season, 
the scores and the record were not 
the only memorable accomplish- 
ments. Swimming may seem like an 
individual sport, but for Bedford, it's 
a team sport all the way. There is an 
incredible amount of team spirit dis- 
played by team members: for exam- 
ple, cheering for Linda Zimmer dur- 
ing the last few legs of her 500 
freestyle, animal farm noises to psy- 
che up divers Laura Cook and Robin 
Bailey at Bostin Latin, and the team 
effort during the "Hokey-Pokey". 



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Despite a promising start for 
the Boys' Varsity Basketball 
Team, the season ended in yet 
another disappointment. Al- 
though Dan Callahan went 
down with a knee injury, the 
team was anchored by the 
staunch defense of Co-Captain 
Dave Concannon and the offen- 
sive efforts of Taavo Godtfred- 
sen and Karl Farmer. The team 
proved to be a formidable oppo- 
nent to every D.C.L. team. Dan 
Callahan did make a quick 
comeback from surgery and re- 
joined the team near the end of 
January, but the results did not 
change dramatically. 

If one word could describe 
the Bucs' season this year, it 
would be "almost." Bedford al- 
most beat this year's amazing 
Boston Latin team, but lost on 
a last second shot by their op- 
ponent. The boys almost beat 
Wayland, but lost in overtime. 
They almost defeated the 
state's best team, Lincoln-Sud- 
bury, as the Bucs held the lead 
for most of the game, but Bed- 
ford finally lost by two points. 



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Right: Coach Greenwood 
expresses his determination 
to win by shouting his team 
on and by yelling at the 
referees! 

Below Left: The 3-D effect, 
as shown by Jim McGovern. 
Below Right: Liam Hurley 
skillfully dribbles the ball 
away from his powerful 
opponent. 



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VARSITY Kneeling: Andre Taylor, Co-Captains Scott Ricker and Dave Concan- 
non, George McCulloch, Greg Melville. 

Standing: Coach Greenwood, Brian Clark, Karl Farmer, Jamie Lewis, Taavo 
Godtfredsen, Liam Hurley, Jim McGovern, Dan Callahan. 



118 




Left: Dodging his way past his agile 
opponents, Karl Farmer dribbles the 
ball up the court. 
Below Left: Defenseman and Co- 
Captain Dave Concannon flies from 
the ground in a strangely orchestrated 
pose! 

Below Right: Co-Captain Scott Ricker 
leaps up to slip the ball into the 
basket. 




JV Kneeling: Don Giard, Dennis Taylor, Dave HoUis, Scott Albani, Tom Lentine, 
Mike Giard. 

Standing: Carl Szczesniak, Sean Wilson, Chris McCune, Lee Parnell, Sam Pan- 
zeri, Bob Wheaton, J.P. Logan. 



Greg Melville concentrates on 
his lay-up shot, scoring another 
two points for the Bucs. 



Taavo Godtfredsen looks 
quite crushed as his 
opponent taps the ball from 
his hands just before a shot. 



SPORTS 119 




Number 24 Heather Bensley 
dances her way across the 
court. 



Leslie Fryer gracefully 
jumps to dip the ball into 
the basket. 



VARSITY Kneeling: Chrissy Cronin, Sheryl Petrecca, Co-Captains Kathy 
Doughty and Heather Bensley, Heather Doughty, Liz Boehm. 
Standing: Laura Reynolds, Jen Moreau, Angela Corea, Kim Mello, Leslie Fryer, 
Kathy McGillick, Coach Patuleia. 



120 SPORTS 




GIDLS' BASKETBALL 

LADY BUC6 



Left: Co-Captain Kathy Doughty 
drives up the court in an intense 
effort to win. 

Below Left: In a jump for the ball, 
the members of both teams strive for 
a victory. 

Below Right: Heather Doughty pauses 
on the sidelines for a rest from her 
usual action. 






JV Kneeling: Tricia McGovern, Holly Grey, Lisa Pecora, Courtney Eagles, Sara 
Puffer. 

Standing: Carolyn Sarno, Kris Primak, Cheryl Koenig, Sarah Griffin, Coach 
Sullivan. 



Whether they were feeling 
the thrill of victory or the ago- 
ny of defeat, the Girls' Basket- 
ball Teams showed their Bed- 
ford determination and 
sportsmanship. With the return 
of many players plus the addi- 
tion of valuable newcomers, the 
girls had strong teams. 

This 87-88 season will be re- 
membered by the girls as a hard 
one, with its ups and downs. 
High points included wins over 
Arlington Catholic, Weston, 
and Wayland, while disap- 
pointing near misses included a 
56-57 loss against Acton, and a 
40-41 score against Boston 
Latin. 

All of Bedford's opponents 
knew that they would have a 
tough game against the height, 
speed, and control that charac- 
terized the Bedford girls. The 
team was determined to suc- 
ceed and every individual 
worked hard. With six more 
games to go, the Bucs have a 
solidly winning record of 8-6-0. 




121 



ICE HOCKEY 

(SKATING ON THIN ICE 



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The Bucs icemen had a rough 
start in the Dual County 
League. Led by Co-captains 
Tom Porter and Ed Gardner, 
and coached by 1986 All-Star 
coach Mark Lane, the strong 
team came up against even 
stronger opposition, and stood 
fifth in the league with a 3-6-0 
record after the first nine 
games. 

The team had to commute 
between two home rinks. Hay- 
den Rink in Lexington and 
Middlesex Rink in Concord 
(cold, cold, cold) as reconstruc- 
tion of the Shawsheen Rink re- 
mained incomplete. 

In spite of some disappoint- 
ing early season losses, the Bucs 
maintained their momentum 
and showed improvement with 
each game. Goalie Anthony 
Alves stopped over of the 
shots and his goals against re- 
cord went down game by game. 
Porter was sidelined briefly by 
an injury, but had returned to 
form by the end of January, as 
the Bucs stood ready to im- 
prove their record. 



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Right: Coasting along the ice is 
defenseman Steve Mead. 
Below Left: Grasping his hockey 
stick above his head, a victorious 
Craig O'Brien. 
Below Right: Paul Connors skates 
nimbly across the rink. 






Kneeling: Anthony Alves, Mike Shamon, Pete Dion, Co-Captains Ed Gardner 
and Tom Porter, Paul Connors, Ed Dinitto, Jim Colliton, Pete Shamon, David 
Pease. 

Standing: Assistant Coach Mike Donahue, Todd Melvin, Russ Harrington, Mike 
Serra, Matt O'Malley, Ryan Cardoos, Craig O'Brien, Scott O'Brien, Rob Ahern, 
Steve Mead, Coach Mark Lane, Assistant Coach Tom Griffith. 



122 



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Once again, the ski team had 
another profitable year with 
the addition of a new coach, Ed 
Machado. Ed helped prepare 
the cross country skiers for 
competition by having them 
train on roller blades in the li- 
brary parking lot. Meanwhile, 
the downhillers were on the 
track, running gates. But lack of 
snow prevented any real ski 
practice until just before the 
first race, at Weston. Leading 
the way for Bedford's cross 
country team in that race was 
senior Matt Mazzotta, who took 
third in the boys' race, and 
Meredith Evans and Dana Lar- 
sen, who finished back-to-back 
in the top ten of the girls' race. 
A few days later, in the first 
downhill race at Nashoba Val- 
ley, Chris Hamby and Dana 
Larsen led the Bedford skiers in 
their respective races. The team 
could have performed better 
had there been more snow on 
the ground. 

Many races have followed 
and, although conditions have 
been somewhat poor, the ski 
team has persevered to make it 
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Right: With boots in one hand and 
poles in the other, Allen Jones is 
ready to hit the slopes. 
Below: Getting ready for the big 
race are Meredith Evans and Matt 
Mazzotta. 






Bottom row:Laura Dmochowski; Tri-Captains Chris Hamby, Meredith Evans, 
Dana Larsen; Emily Carr, Robin Bailey. Second row: Jamie Welsh, Jason Miller, 
Ian Glomski, Pat Kelliher, Allen Jones, Kim Farmer, Kristen Pugh, Anne Ricci, 
Karen Holmstead. Third row: John Goodpaster, Craig Mahar, Mike Huffman, 
David Holtzman, Josh Berman, Eileen Shaughnessy, Diana Ricci, Adam Miller, 
Nicholas Stefanidakis. Top row: Luke Mclnnis, Jonathan Hamby, Spectator John 
Curran, Scott Anderson, Eric Berman, Kitty Roswall, Spectator Scott Ricker, Rich 
Kramer. 



124 





INDOOD TDACK 

(SPDINTING AHEAD 



Above: Bob Hanley takes the lead. 

Below left: Mike Jarvis examplifies perfect form as he 

clears the bar. 

Below right: "NO PASSSING Beyond This Point," 
says Chris Blondin to his opponent. 




Bottom row: Adam Tobey, Erik Cordes, Dan Couto, Dana Parks, Christian 
Blondin. Middle row: Scott Granowitz, Brad Geilfuss, Dan Warmuth, Jack Geil- 
fuss, Mike Jarvis, Mark Gallant, Manager Rachel Campbell. Top row: Coach Pete 
Stamotakas, Greg Melville, Bill Young, Simeon Griffin, Ryan Jansen, Doran Bow- 
ers, Rich Ferrett, Mark Gray. 



Led by coach William Keup , 
the track team had a rough but 
improved season this year. 
They had many new young run- 
ners, but they still could not 
make up the depth needed to 
beat the bigger schools. There 
were bright points in the sea- 
son, like captain Bob Hanley's 
time of 4:44 in the mile and 
Duran Bowers' time of 4.7 sec- 
onds in the 40 yard dash; both 
of these were league bests this 
season. Senior Donny Campbell 
also had two league bests, with 
a 6.1 second time in the 45 yard 
hurdles and a jump of 6 feet 2 
inches in the high jump. Win- 
ning individual events this year 
were Dan Warmuth in the 600 
yard dash, Pat Jarvis in the 
shot put, Simeon Griffin in the 
300, Chris Blondin in the 1,000 
yard dash, Mike Jarvis in the 45 
yard, and Jamie Perry in the 2 
mile. Although several of the 
best runners are due to gradu- 
ate this spring, a lot of young 
talent will be returning, and the 
future looks hopeful. 



CHEEDLEADING 

CATCH THE WAVE 



Cheerleading is a double sea- 
son sport that requires as much 
or more commitment from its 
athletes as any major team 
sport. Cheerleaders must prac- 
tice for eight months a year, 
July through February, and 
perform at all varsity football 
and basketball games. Their 
uniforms are designed for a 
breezy September day or a Jan- 
uary heated gym, yet they also 
have to survive two hours on an 
icy November field. 

As the cheerleaders stand on 
the sidelines, cheering, shout- 
ing, and jumping, their goal is 
to psyche up the crowds and the 
team. As they perform their old 
and favorite chants and bring 
variety by introducing new 
ones, the crowd becomes excit- 
ed and involved in the game. 
This year, the cheerleaders 
used painted signs to spur on 
the players at home games. To 
give the players that extra bit of 
"sweet" energy, the cheerlead- 
ers also prepared pre-game 
"psyche bags", full of the play- 
ers' favorite candy. 

A girl who wants to be a 
cheerleader must be ready to 
attend practice almost every 
summer weekday and to sign up 
for cheerleading camp. The 
summer is spent going over old 
cheers and teaching them to 
new members of the team. 
Cheerleading is an enormous 
commitment, and it can be hard 
work. But, as any cheerleader 
will confirm, the team spirit 
and shared effort make it all 
worthwhile. 



Right: Pam Looney and Heather 
Heumann rest after cheering at a chilly 
November football game. 
Below Left: Psyching up the team and 
the crowd is a big part of cheerleading, 
as shown by Ann Bruha. 
Below Right: The girls prove that they 
have the skill to balance in one of their 
difficult pyramids. 





Front Row: Pam Looney, Captains Heather Heumann, Cheri Saltzman, and Kim 
Snelson, Ann Bruha, Lisa Getty. 

Middle Row: Natalie Whitcomb, Lia Wheeler, Tracey Manning, Jill Oblas. 
Back Row: Alison Roberts, Lynne Molinari, Stephanie Miller, Alicia DeLuca. 



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^ Pete Cacciola helps football 
y^s^^ star Dan Couto in the 
«^ training room. 



Student Trainers Ami, Liz, 
and Jodie learn through 
hands-on participation 
about athletic training. 



TDMNEDS 

bEHlND THE SCENE6 




A student athletic trainer is 
educated in five main catego- 
ries: prevention, evaluation, 
treatment, rehabilitation, and 
medical record keeping. 

Prevention, the trainers 
learned, means keeping to a 
healthy diet and remembering 
to stretch out before exercising. 
Evaluation includes finding the 
history of an injury, determin- 
ing what the injury is, and de- 
ciding what should be done. 
Treatment consists of following 
up on the evaluation; rest, ice, 
compression, elevation, whirl- 
pool, hydroculator, and protec- 
tive wrappings are all useful 
treatments. Rehabilitation in- 
volves getting the injured part 
back to work. It might include 
weight training, bicycle riding, 
or the treadmill. Medical re- 
cord keeping means keeping 
notes on who comes into the 
athletic training facility and 
the treatment each person 
receives. 

A student athletic trainer 
must also learn about bones, 
muscles, names of injuries, and 
the process of evaluation. To 
receive a varsity letter, an ath- 
letic trainer must pass several 
quizzes and a final exam and 
must work for a total of eighty 
hours in the athletic training 
room or at games. 

The training program at Bed- 
ford High School is headed by 
Peter Cacciola. He runs the 
training room in an extremely 
professional and organized 
manner, and he inspires enthu- 
siasm and dedication in the stu- 
dent trainers. 



Athletic Trainers Jodie Russo, Pete Cacciola, Ami Bowen, and Liz Welch proudly 
pose for a photo in front of their training room, complete with a human muscle 
diagram on the wall behind them. 



(SNAPcSHOTS 

MOMENTS TO DEMEM5ED 




Jackie Weicker, Laura Dmochowski, 
and Sharon Wachsler lure audiences 
on and off the field as the Field 
Hockey Rockettes. 



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Way above: Coach Sullivan and his 
invisible track team. 
Above: Victory is sweet. (Scott 
Ricker). 

Right: Lee Pavlas and Mike Shamon 
share the thrill of a touchdown. 



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What adds color 
to the doldrums of school? 
What relieves the tension 
of over-powering rules? 

What seems to fill up 
long boring spaces? 
And what can put smiles 
On long tired faces? 

Good times and best friends 
ease all academic strife, 
And give us a time to breathe, 
Some kind of student life. 

'Best Friends": Melissa Millette, Mary Mcintosh, and 

Valerie Sibley. 





(STUDENT LIFE 




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appy Birthday. Bedford! 



"By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their 
flag to April's breeze unfurled." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 

These words immortalized the Bedford Flag, taken 
into the Battle of Concord in 1775. Today it is the 
town's most prized historical possession. However, 
Bedford has much more to celebrate, and it does so 
on Bedford Day. 

Each year on the Saturday closest to September 
23, Bedford celebrates its original incorporation. The 
annual festive, town-wide event includes a parade 
and an outdoor fair. This year, the 258th anniversa- 
ry, was celebrated despite an overcast day. Proud 
celebrants who marched in the parade were soccer 
players, camp fire and girl scouts, R.O.T.C. Airmen 
and others who were challenged by the rain. 

Many town organizations were represented at the 
fair, and an opportunity was provided for fund rais- 
ing and community public relations. 

The Public Ceremonies Committee announced its 
citizen of the Year, Lawrence W. Kimball, for his 
enduring dedication and length of volunteer service. 

The Senior Class appeared to have one of the most 
successful booths, topping off at approximately four 
hundred dollars. The sale of tie-die T-shirts, recently 
back in style, was the "cause celebre." 

The Bedford Flag celebrated 258 years later. 
A common sight: Daddy carrying his little 
girl and her balloon. 
Jackie Weicker and Leslie Fryer proudly 
display their red balloon. 
Racing on the Roller Racer rink. 





^ "What?? The pink background mural 
^ didn't come in? How are we going to cover 
^ the back wall? Oh no, we don't have a D.J.? 
. • You've got to be kidding?" 

" "No, we're not kidding!" our prom co- 
Q chairpeople Kathy McGovern and Janet 
Carroll would frantically reply. But, regard- 
O less of these problems, The Class of 1988 was 
• (Successful in transforming the gym into a 
^heavenly paradise for their prom. The walls;) 
. were covered with pastel purple murals that 
O suited the theme, "Almost Paradise." On the 
Friday before the prom, juniors were excused 
from class to drape elegant streamers that. 
^ » masked the gym ceiling. Members of the 
class also completed a delicate white gazebo. 
^ With the special additions of wicker furni- 
9 ^ture and charming blooming plants, the gym 
^was no longer a gym but a paradise. Prom 

* . decorating was not only a major accomplish- 
^ment it also created a new bond between) 

Q those who participated. ^ 

• All the anxiety over preparations paid off 
(in the form of an elegant prom night. Cou- 
ples who journeyed through the gym doors 
on that memorable May night could hardly Q 

• believe the spectacular ballroom they had o 
O (created. The hours spent planning the eve-> 

ning, choosing an outfit, and stapling stream 
** ers were made worthwhile. ' 
All too soon the Prom King and Queen, q 
Matt Mazzotta and Emily Carr, had been 
chosen and the court had been named. The 
I last dance came much too quickly and then 
our Junior Prom was over. Since nobody 
wanted the magic to end, friends regathered ^ 
J at parties to stretch out the fun. Through 
creativity, cooperation, and hard work, the 
juniors had created an evening they would 
' never forget. 





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Erika McGilvray puts up a sheet to cover the gym wa 
David Concannon and Heather Bensley, dancing the night awa 
Laura Dmochowski, Ed Dinitto, Laura Fairbanks, Bob Sullivan, Pro 
Queen Emily Carr.Prom King Matt Mazzotta, Jessica Meyers, Dav 
Carlson and Andrea Abbott make up the court for the class of 8^ 

proi 



Kristen Godart, Janet Caroll, Ed Gardner, Kim Alcaide, Pam 
Ricker, Tammi Beecy, and Pat Jarvis take a break from the 
fun to pose. 

Julie Brill, Suzy Shapiro, Nicole Picard, and Beth Goodpaster 

enjoy themselves in the gazebo. 




The juniors hard at work. 

Rich Petrilla, Pervis Lenier, and Sean Coriaty take a 
breather. 



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n the Doad to Success 



Top: A rambunctious second grade class. 

Middle left: Nancy Burns. Mary-Jean Papalia and Dave Bauman 
on the first day of kindergarten. 

Middle right: Lisa Getty, Jessica Meyers, Laura Cook, Gretchen 
(lerhrands, Nicole Picard, and Rachel Meyers at a typical junior 
high slumber party. 



Bottom left: Greg Melville and Carl Theobald proudly flash 
ribbons won in the three legged race. 
Bottom middle: Eddie Gardner's first car. 

Bottom right: Laura Besse and Mary-Jean Papalia all dressed up 
for Halloween. 



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Erika McGilvray, Melanie Edwards, Kim Gorgens, Laura Cook, Jen Spencer- 
,Julie Hunt, and Michelle LaLiberte pile up for a picture. 
Laura Besse, Meg Mizzoni, Owen Moll, and Tamar Kupiec pose in a wagon. 
The Class of '88 singing in a sixth grade concert. 

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The devil (Mike Burke) tempts mortals 
who are attempting to pass through the 

"Golden Gates of '88. " Craig Minassian welcomes all the angelic students to heaven. 




The Sophomore class brings the Hard Rock Cafe to Bedford. 



1 38 STUDENT LIFE 



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)eck the Halb 



RightThe Freshman Class goes "under water" 

in Upper A wing. 
Below: Jennifer Moreau, Kim Snelson, Mike 
Burke, and Stacy Killebrew are in the early 
stages of decorating the senior hall. 





Top; Two guerillas creep out from the darkness of the jungle. 
Bottom: The Juniors won with their hall, Junior Jungle. 



A spirited Spirit Week culminated 
at the end of the week with hall deco- 
rating. Each of the classes decided on 
an original theme and began pooling 
together props and artwork to fill its 
hall. On Thursday afternoon stu- 
dents revealed the artwork they had 
prepared and began to put new fa- 
cades on the halls of the school. The 
freshmen decorated upper A wing to 
the theme of "Under Water," the 
sophomores decked out lower C wing 
to look like a "Hard Rock Cafe," 
complete with vintage music memo- 
rabilia. The "Junior Jungle" was a 
spirited contribution with monkeys 
swinging from trees and the rem- 
nants of ill fated safaris. The senior 
class with its "good" intentions, 
transformed upper C wing into a 
heavenly jungle complete with sing- 
ing angels. 

The students waited in anticipa- 
tion until the G period pep rally. A 
roar exploded from the bleachers as 
M.C. Mr. Gary Hunt announced the 
Junior Jungle as the winning hall. 



HALL DECORATING 139 




Above: Sharon Beardsley, flag co-captain, per 
forms at the annual pep rally. 



Right: The football team gracefully tries to show 
up the cheerleaders by doing their own cheer. 



140 PHP RALLY 



hosen, the five final- 
her. 




As each class pounded the risers 
and screamed out its spirit, the band 
blasted songs that aroused pride in 
our school. Next the teams ran out 
into the middle of the gym and "got 
psyched." After all the athletes had 
sat down on the gym floor, the five 
finalists for both Homecoming 
Queen and Homecoming King were 
announced to the cheers of the stu- 
dents. To begin the rally, the flag 
squad and the majorettes performed 
their traditional routines to the mu- 
sic of the band. The flag squad 
moved with a resolute attack that 
created an almost perfect synchroni- 
city. The majorettes came out and 
did their most lively routine, and 
were followed by the cheerleaders. 

The rally closed with a "spirit con- 
test of the classes" and noise that 
almost took the roof off the gym. 




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PHP RALLY 141 




Spirit Week began enthusiastically 
with Sixties Day. Student attire 
ranged from rebellious hippy outfits 
to the fashionable minis of the end of 
the decade. Tuesday was the tradi- 
tional Costume Day. In the halls one 
could see a variety of characters in- 
cluding flappers, clowns, girls 
dressed like men, and even an execu- 
tioner. Mr. Huff posted his list of 
items for the scavenger Hunt and the 
competition between the classes was 
underway. What was the name of the 
genius who earned a 100 on one of 
Mr. Sabourin's tests? Which teacher 
was born on February 13th? On 
Wednesday, guys and girls dressed to 
the hilt in suits, tuxes, and fancy 
dresses for Look Your Best Day. Stu- 
dents dressed appropriately on 
Thursday for Inside Out and Back- 
wards Day, and learned that the se- 
nior class was the winner of the scav- 
enger hunt. Blue and White Day was 
a climactic finale to Spirit Week as 
students adorned themselves in our 
school colors and painted their faces 
with that Buccaneer pride. 



Right: Either Kathy Doughty's bangs are too long or it's 
Backwards Day. 

Below; Adam Boyd and Bill Huffman mellow out on Sixties 
Day. 

Bottom: The classes of '68 and '69 gather for a picture. Or is 
it '88 and '89'' 




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omecoming 




Despite sprinklings of rain, the 
turnout at the Homecoming Game 
was huge, partly due to Bedford's 
winning streak. The football team 
justified our confidence by beating 
Newton South 29-0. It was great to 
finally win our Homecoming Game. 

Amidst much excitement, the five 
finalists for Homecoming Queen 
were escourted out on the field dur- 
ing halftime by their fathers. Erika 
McGilvray Meredith Evans, Emily 
Carr, and Gwen Moll each received a 
kiss and a flower from Mr. Duggan. 
Then Kathy Doughty was crowned 
our Homecoming Queen and shown 
off to the cheering crowd in Pete 
Cacciola's go-cart. 

To finish off Homecoming, the 
King was announced Saturday night 
at the dance. Runners-up Bob Sulli- 
van, Tom Bauman, Doug Jones, 
and Peter Duda joined on the dance 
floor while King Matt Mazzotta and 
Queen Kathy Doughty started other 
couples dancing. 




Erika, Meredith, and Emily Carr spaz out during 
halftime. 



Top: Queen Kathy Doughty dazzles the 
crowd with her winning smile. 

Bottom: Three of our runners-up, Gwen 
Moll, Erika McGilvray, and Meredith 
Evans, stand with their proud fathers. 



HOMECOMING 143 



Key Moments 



Far right: Danny DeVito 
starred in Tinmen and 
Throw Momma from the 
Train. 

Right: Bud Light's Spuds 
Mackenzie, "double 
exposed," puts on the dog in 
American Gothic. 

Below: Mathias Rust, a 
West German teenager, 
surprised the world when he 
landed in Moscow's Red 
Square. 




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Switching to Saturday mornings. Pee Wee 
Herman hosts Pee Wee's Playhouse for 
young children. 



146 CURRENT EVENTS 



Jim and Tammy Faye Baker ruled a $129 
million-a-year network before resigning 
because of Jim's sex fling and Tammy's 
drug incident. 



Left: Charlie Sheen's performance in Platoon and Wall 
Street caused many to compare him to James Dean. 



Left: Fawn Hall's knack for 
shredding Ollie North's documents 
threw her into the limelight. 

Below: The president-elect of 
South Korea, charged with rigging 
the election, calls for reconciliation 
between opposing factions. 




Above: Corbin Bernsen, Harry Hamlin, and Jimmy Smits starred in the hit television sitcom 
L.A. Law. 

Above Left: Robo Cop and a barage of bullets-and-badges films like The Untouchables and 
Beverly Hills Cop II boomed at the box office. 

Left: Michael Douglas and Glenn Close made an electric and powerful pair in the drama movie 
Fatal Attraction. 

CURRENT EVENTS 147 



Current Events continued 



Right: Oliver North's six days of televised testimony 
at the Iran-Contra hearings led to a wave of 

"Olliemania." 

Below: The Church Lady, screaming "Satan," made 
Saturday Night Live's ratings soar. 





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Far right: Gary Hart and Donna Rice posed aboard 
the ship Monkey Business, and the resulting scandal 
caused him to drop out of the Democratic 
Presidential race, although he later reentered. 

Right: After five days of grilling on his judicial 
philosophy, Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork was 
rejected by fifty-eight senators. 



148 CURRENT EVENTS 




Left: On Black Monday the stock market 
fell 508 points, causing panic across the 
country. 

Below Left: Patrick Swayze starred in the 
movie Dirty Dancing, which grossed more 
than $45 million. 

Below: Plenty of conflict surrounded 
Douglas Ginsburg, Reagan's second Supreme 
Court nominee, but when he admitted to 
using marijuana, his nomination went up in 
smoke. 




In March, American ships began escorting Kuwaiti ships through the Persian Gulf 

Right: Sometimes crying, sometimes singing, 18 month old Jessica McClure held on for two and a 

half days until rescuers succeeded in freeing her from a Midland, Texas well. 



Middle: In Washington, 
Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald 
Reagan signed a treaty to ban 
medium and shorter range 
nuclear missies from Europe 
and Asia. 



CURRENT EVENTS 149 



p owder PufF 



Each year, for a group of spirited 
(and sometimes bloodthirsty) girls, 
the Thanksgiving break means Pow- 
der Puff Football. Senior and junior 
girls start practicing a few days a 
week at the beginning of November, 
with much good-natured coaching 
and teasing by volunteering football 
players. 

Powder Puff often proves to fe- 
male athletes that football requires a 
lot more thinking than it might ap- 
pear. Still, many girls join for the 
pleasure of slamming into one anoth- 
er and calling it a sport! 

It seemed that the juniors were 
more psyched up for the match on 
November 27, while the laid-back 
and experienced seniors appeared 
confident in their ability to conquer. 
This they did indeed. The seniors 
moved ahead in the first quarter af- 
ter a touchdown by Heather Bensley 
with a snap and pass by Caroline En- 
nis and Jen Moreau, all engineered 
by head coach Mike Shamon. The 
rest of the game continued in a stale- 
mate, with the final score remaining 
at 7-0. 



Top: Seniors and juniors prepare for the 
formidable battle on that freezing 
November morning. 
Right: As Heather Heumann chants cheers 
for the senior team, Laura Dmochowski 
smiles with pride. 




The true spirit of the morning shines through as Pam 
Ricker and Melissa Millette laugh and laugh!... 




Tammi Beecy shows her true brute 
self and the animal drive within. 



The juniors huddle, not only to come up with 
plan, but also to share some body warmth. 




For the first time in years, Bedfor- 
dites were able to experience the 
thrill of the often rained-out bonfire. 
The traditional pep rally took place 
on the field across from the library 
before the spectacular bonfire was ig- 
nited the night before the Thanks- 
giving Game that the Buccaneers 
play against our old rival, Concord- 
Carlisle High School. This year was 
different from past years because the 
crowd and team had more reason 
than ever to hope for the win that 
would break our decade-long losing 
streak with Concord. The Bucs had 
an excellent season, making us all as- 
pire to a possible Thanksgiving vic- 
tory. 

The marching band, majorette 
squad, flag squad, and cheerleaders 
all performed to the delight of excit- 
ed students and reuniting "super- 
grads." A highlight of the evening 
was the "Buccaneer Rap," performed 
by Jim Colliton and Peter Dion. And 
then a long-standing tradition was 
upheld as the senior team members 
were called up to give flowers to their 
mothers. 

Soon it was time to ignite the huge 
pile of wood. The football team gath- 
ered round to add gasoline to the 
pile, after which the base was ignit- 
ed. The crowd, band, squads, and 
teams looked on in amazement as the 
flame climbed up to the top, eventu- 
ally destroying the stuffed Concord 
player, melting him until only his 
helmet remained. The heat was so 
great that the crowd backed away. 
Soon the air was filled with swirls of 
sparks and waves of heat from the 
fire. When the crowd finally left, all 
that remained were the ashes of the 
memorable pep rally and Bonfire of 
1987. 

Top: The flames lap at the feet of the 

Concord-Carlisle dummy as the football 

players look on in amusement. 

Near left: At last the flames overcome the 

dummy and burn him to his death. 

Middle left: The school "mascot," the 

Buccaneer, as portrayed by spirited 

sophomore Ericka Robinson. 

Far left: Allison Roberts is taken by 

surprise after one of the cheerleaders' 

routines. 



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BONFIRF 151 



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152 SEMI-FORMAL 




What happened on the night of 
January 9th? Anyone? Anyone? 
That'a right- it was the night of the 
Junior-Senior Semi-formal. And 
who was our disc jockey? Anyone? 
Anyone? That's right- it was "The 
Party Machine." And where was it 
held? Anyone? Anyone? That's 
right- it was held at the Hanscom Air 
Force Base Rec. Center. 

If you could answer these ques- 
tions correctly, you had a memorable 
time at the semi-formal. It was a 
night that one could hardly forget. 
Most couples, dressed in the latest 
fashions, started out the night by go- 
ing to dinner at local hot spots before 
arriving at the dance. Once at the rec. 
center, students hit the dance floor 
to dance the night away to the tunes 
of the most popular dance mixes. If 
the dancing became a little too heat- 
ed, couples could rest in the lounge 
area or go to the soda bar for a sip to 
drink. 

At the close of the dance, couples 
sauntered into the night attending 
parties or small get-togethers. But 
one thing is for sure - a good time was 
had by all. 



Above: Valerie Sibley and Kim Gorgens 
take a break from dancing with their dates. 
Right: Cindy McCombs and Scott Young 
share a quiet moment. 



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Ever feel like you have a heavy weight 
precariously hanging over your head? Like 
you're always running around? Like you nev- 
er get any sleep? Like you don't feel like 
doing anything anymore? The diagnosis may 
be STRESS. 

The definition of stress in a general sense, 
according to David Elkind, Ph.D., is "any 
demand for adaptation," which means essen- 
tially that we are all always under stress! But 
in a more narrow sense of the word, stress 
occurs when the demands on a person are 
extraordinarily high. Of course, you could 
have the same amount of demands on you as 
your friend, but you amy experience more 
stress simply because of your personality. 
"The degree to which we are stressed by any 
demand depends partly on the demand and 
partly on us." 

As for teenagers and stress, experts say 
that today's adolescents are under much 
more stress than those of the forties and fif- 
ties, for example, our parents and teachers! 
Although we may have more freedom to do 
what we please, we have more losses due to 
the much higher divorce rate (40'^( of young 
people will have experienced parental di- 
vorce by age 18) and tremendous academic 
pressure. 

The reason stress takes such a toll on so 
many people is because fo the huge amount 
of energy that it consumes. Not enough of 
this energy is replenished with food and rest, 
causing headaches, stomachaches, and utter 
exhaustion. And since health affects perfor- 
mance, teens who are "stressed out" begin to 
do poorly at their studies and start to lose 
interest in extracurricular activities. 

The only "pain killer" for stress is talking. 
Talking to someone opens up alternatives 
and helps in dealing with failure. So if you 
have a friend who seems either depressed or 
going insane, open your mouth and open 
your heart. 



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Depression. It's an unpleas- 
ant word that's on the minds of 
lots of people; we hear songs on 
the radio about "the blues" and 
some of us have taken courses 
that discuss depression. For in- 
stance, the Health I classes do a 
unit on depression and ways to 
deal with it. In it Miss Hanley 
teaches that in order to cope 
with your depression you must 
first find out what is causing 
the stress. Then you must talk 
about it to someone who can 
put things in perspective. Fam- 
ily problems is at the heart of 
some depression, like not living 
up to parents' expectations. 
Miss Hanley suggests discuss- 
ing this with parents by saying 
calmly and reasonably, "This is 
why I am doing this..." but not 
arguing. 

Many students are con- 
cerned, not about themselves, 
but about a depressed friend. 
To help a depressed friend, find 
out the cause(s) of his unhappi- 
ness, and listen when he talks. 
Let the person know you CAN 
be trusted, and support him. Fi- 
nally, encourage the depressed 
individual to get more help, if 
he needs it, from a support 
group or trusted adult. 




Sitting in front of a blank 
page, re-reading a sentence a 
hundred times over, day- 
dreaming with heavy eyes. 
These are all signs of the 
"homework blues." And this 
can contribute to stress. 

A lot of people spend hours 
getting nothing done. They sit 
down with their books, begin, 
get up to get some Oreos, go 
back, get up for some Coke to 
wash the Oreos down, start 
really studying, end up on the 
phone, etc., etc. And in a few 
days, it all starts snowballing 
into a mass of homework that 
threatens the next four week- 
ends out! 

But many people just get out 
of the house between dinner 
and bedtime sometimes five 
nights a week. Part of the rea- 
son for that is too much stress 
at home. Many teenagers would 
much rather be with their 
friends and boy/girlfriends 
than sitting at home with a nag- 
ging parent, wasting time on 
something they don't enjoy 
doing. 

"Homework is often talked 
about as if it helps young peo- 
ple acquire a set of work habits 
and discipline...," says David 
Elkind, Ph.D. He also says 
"There is absolutely no evi- 
dence, however, that homework 
has any subordinate education- 
al benefits." Maybe someday 
we'll be able to convince our 
teachers of that! 



Parents - Those omnipotent 
creatures who loom over us 
with rules and regulations in 
hopes of paving the path of our 
lives. In the process, they be- 
come the opposing figures in- 
stead of the supporting figures. 
Of course parents do all their 
ranting and raving for the good 
of their children. No matter 
what their intentions, however, 
parents may be the cause of a 
certain amount of stress. 

One of the problems with 
parent/kid relationships is high 
expectations. Since the parents 
want their children to be suc- 
cessful, they push them to ex- 
cel. Failure to live up to these 
expectations causes disappoint- 
ment in the child and in the 
parents. But high expectations 
also cause another thing- nag- 
ging. When parents nag their 
children to do something, the 
kids tend to rebel and not do it, 
causing tension within the 
household. 

The answer seems to be sim- 
ple: find a bridge to cross the 
generation gap. This, however, 
is easier said than done! 




Peer pressure. We have all 
heard of it and we have all ex- 
perienced it. It is just another 
thing added to the list of many 
high school things to deal with. 
Unlike what some adults may 
think, most students think peer 
pressure is not someone shov- 
ing a cigarette down your throat 
or forcing you to drink alcohol. 
It deals more with who you are 
and who people think you are. 

Many students find them- 
selves worrying about what 
other kids will think of them. 
They dress a certain way and 
they act a certain way to feel 
accepted. It is hard for students 
to be comfortable with them- 
selves especially when peer 
pressure plays a major role in 
their lives. 

Peer pressure has always had 
bad connotations attached to it, 
but good things sometimes can 
come out of it. For instance, if a 
student is the only one in the 
class who is failing, the better 
grades of his/her peers may 
cause the student to work hard- 
er and do better. 

Put simply, peer pressure is 
the push students get from oth- 
er students that direct them a 
certain way. It is the individual 
student, however, who really 
decides how the pressure from 
peers will affect him or her. 



MINI-MAG 157 



what drives you crazy? 

KID* TALK ABOUT <«>TDE&S 





"Studying for every- 
thing all at once- that 
really stresses me out. I 
don't like cramming for 
two or three tests all in 
one night." 

-Jean Venuti 



"Janitorial 
duties at Debo- 
rah Ann's Bak- 
ery made me 
stressful." 

-Daryle Grof 




"What really sresses me out 
is when I have to do a huge pa- 
per or report in one night, when 
I have to spend my entire week- 
end going to band activities I've 
been made to think are impor- 
tant, and the most stressful ex- 
pirience is the feeling I have 
just before running in a cross- 
country race, especially at 
Franklin Park." 

-Christine Anderson 



"Math tests, heavy metal, 
Greg Melville's roller derby 
announcements on Teleme- 
dia, and Dave Rhodes' ketch- 
up sculptures at lunch drive 
me crazy." 

-Bob Hanley 




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"Too much 
to do and too 
little time to do 
it." 

-Suzanne 
Spencer 



"Senior year brought the 
added responsibility of college 
applications, transcript forms, 
financial aid forms, ect. It was 
all fun, fun, fun!" 

-Dave Fox 



Pet Peeves 



Don't you just hate it when the 
girl three rows back snaps her gum 
during study hall? Or when your 
best friend talks at lunch with 
food spewing out of the mouth? Or 
when your teacher has yellow 
chalk all over his face? How about 
a certain word expression a person 
repeats constantly? These are 
things that seem to touch a tender 
spot of our personality. They rub 
us the wrong way and we seem to 
get ticked off easily by them. They 
are called pet peeves- little ideo- 
syncrasies that drive us crazy and 
mount to the stress that we al- 
ready are experiencing. Here is a 
list of pet peeves for you. Which 
ones can you relate to? 

* Pencils without erasers 

* People who stand too close to 
you while talking to you 

* Pens that run out of ink during 
an essay test 

* A mosquito buzzing around you 
in the middle of the night 

* An empty ice-cube tray in the 
freezer 

* Finding dried egg on a fork in a 
restaurant 

* Stepping in gum 

* People asking you how much 
you weigh 

* Being stuck in class without a 
tissue when you have to blow your 
nose 

* People who eat while talking on 
the phone 

* Cold sheets 

* The sound of pens scratching fu- 
riously while you're stuck on the 
first question 

* People who think they know 
everything 

* No towels in the bathroom 

* Someone asking how you did on 
a test when you both know he/she 
did better 

* People who are too bright, too 
cheery and too talkative in the 
morning 

(Pet peeves from Seventeen, 
March 1985) 




making the grade 



If you ever felt like grading your 
teachers the way they grade you, 
here is your chance. This test does 
not require any studying on your 
part; it just needs a little observation 
of how you view your teachers. Take 
the test yourself and compare it with 
others to see how the teachers score 
in our school. 

1. In general, do like your teachers? 

a. I like most of them. 

b. I like some of them. 

c. I like a few of them. 

d. I don't like any of them. 

2. Do you feel you get enough indi- 
vidual attention from most of your 
teachers? 

a. Yes. 

b. No. 

3. Are most of your teachers well- 
prepared for class? 

a. Yes. 

b. No. 

4. Which class would you rather 
take? 

a. One with a boring subject but a 
good teacher. 

b. One with an interesting subject 
but a boring teacher. 



5. Which type of teacher do you 
perfer? 

a. One who's easy but dull. 

b. One who's challenging but 
interesting. 

6. Do you think good teachers de- 
serve higher salaries than bad 
teachers? 

a. Yes. 

b. No. 

7. Have you ever become friends with 
one of your teachers? 

a. Yes. 

b. No. 



8. Would 
teacher? 

a. Yes. 

b. No. 



you ever want to be a 



How did your teachers fare? 





Mr. Sullivan with some of his favorite students- Tami 
Beecy, Kristin Godart, Megan Lacovara, Janet 
Carroll, and Pam Ricker. 



MINI -MAG 159 



A Year In Deview 

Fads and fashions change every year. Remember way back when when friendship pins were the 
"in" thing? Or when the members of the rock group, Duran Duran, were the hearthrobs of every 
teenage girl? Once again, however, the tastes of students have changed. The yearbook staff went out 
and surveyed the school to see what the students of 1988 thought was "in" and what was "out." Here 
are our results; see if you agree. 




MOVIES 

ROCK GROUPS 

SONGS 
TELEVISION SHOWS 

ACTORS 

ACTRESSES 

HANGOUTS 
STORES 
EXPRESSIONS 



Dirty Dancing 
Top Gun 

Jumpin' Jack Flash 
U2 

Whitesnake 

La Bamba 

Cosby Show 
Growing Pains 
Moonlighting 

Michael J. Fox 
Patrick Swayze 
Bruce Willis 

Cybill Sheppard 
Demi Moore 

Fuddruckers 

Newbury Comics 

Radical 

Whateva 

Rotting 

It's a bad one 



Overrated 



Howard the Duck 
Space Balls 
Jaws 4 

Michael Jackson 
Madonna 

I'm Bad 



The Charmings 
Small Wonder 
Alf 

Pee Wee Herman 
Sylvester Stallone 
Emanuel Lewis 

Molly Ringwald 
Ally Sheedy 



Micky D's (McDonalds) 

Woolworths 

Mint 
Awesome 
Rotting 
It's a bad one 



A^^NLXGHTZNC 



lifflp<se§ of '88 



Top: Cally Gleason conquers chemistry. Bottom:Matt 
Mazzota flirts with Jen Moreau 





TopiLilo Carr, Mike Durkin, Kathy McGovern.and Becky Rosenberg examplify their tuba 
power. Bottom:Dave Mace, Michelle Laliberte, and Kristin Quinn lounge around. Right: 
Erika Hupperich and Laura Cook dress as their boyfriends for Costume Day during Spirit 
Week. 




1 

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A 




a 



a 

a 



Predictions: Are Thej Correct? 



*Over 25 years ago a popular 
magazine at the time, Look, pub- 
lished predictions that they, along 
with many experts believed would 
have happened by the late 1980's. 
The Signum staff thought some of 
the predictions were comical and 
unbelievable and wished to pass 
them on to you. 

*Every newborn baby may start 
out in life with his/her own phone 
number. Phones will stay with the 
individual, and he/she will be able 
to reach anyone in the world and 
even people in space. 

*The phone will be the master 
control which will answer the 
front door and even turn on and 
off many appliances. 

*Within 25 years, a spaceship 
twice the weight of a jet liner will 
carry 3 or 4 men along with food 
and oxygen for several months 
and fuel to get home. 



*A family jet-powered sedan for 
five passengers is capable of flying 
a foot above the ground on a bub- 
ble of compressed air and up to 
500 mph. It will also be able to go 
up or down vertically. 

*There would be circular inter- 
changeable kitchen units attached 
to the house. There will be an ul- 
trasonic dishwasher that cleans 
dishes whithin seconds. 

*The addition of negative ions 
in the air to make us learn faster 
and feel better perhaps also to 
speed healing after surgery. There 
also might be a system where one 
would simply turn a dial to invigo- 
rating mountain air or a balmy 
seashore atmosphere. 

*A pocket-sized, battery-operat- 
ed color-television receiver com- 
bined with a stero radio set will fit 
in a case only slightly larger than 
the shirt-pocket. 




*A lawn mower would be com- 
pletely automatic and would start 
itself when grass reaches cutting 
height, store its own solar energy 
for power, follow a precise cutting 
pattern, all according to a taped 
program. 

*For education: From central' 
hometown libraries, families will 
select pretaped lesson, which willj 
be transmitted by telephone to 
closed-circuit radio and television. 
Also individuals will need to knowi 
the languages, history, and philos-' 
ophy of other countries to get 
ahead in the business world. 



*The modern appliances will be 
able to fold up and be carried off 
to any place a person wishes to 
take it. One such appliance is the 
refrigerator. It is collapsable, ther 
moelectric, and even battery-oper 
ated. A portable stove will also be 
thermoelectric and be able folc 
into an oven. A house will also be 
able to fold up, and a family wil 
be able to take it on their camping 
trips. It will fit in a suitcase anc 
aluminum pipes will hold it up. 



*Billy Graham predicted, "We 
will witness in the next 25 years 
the growing power of evil. ..anc 
startling indications of the grow 
ing power of good..." 

*Martin Luther King, Jr. wa 
quoted as saying, "I hope tha 
world peace will have become se 
cure, not because a balance of ter 
ror will have paralyzed mankind 
but because most of the world' 
people will have realized that non 
violence in the nuclear age wa 
life's last chance." 



162 MINI-MAG 



^Major-League Standings for the 80's* 



American League 


WUiN 


T /^CT' 


INeW I OFK I dnKces 


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1 

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Chicago White Sox 


A A 
44 


/D 


Grand Rapids Woodworkers 


A Q 

4o 


z7 


Minnesota Twins 


AO 


oo 
ZO 


1 exas 1 ripiets 


41 


on 

zy 


Quebec Quadruplets 


Af\ 
4U 




Hackensack Stevedores 


QQ 






oo 


oZ 


LiOS Angeics /vngeis 




oo 
oo 


Cleveland Indians 


36 


34 


Phoenix Papooses 


35 


35 


Detroit Tigers 


34 


36 


Staten Island Ferries 


33 


37 


ivansas ^ity /\Lniei,ics 


QO 


OQ 
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rial Idll IVlillcld 




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w asnington ocndLors 


Qn 
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AC\ 
41) 


VpTiii*? All-Slt?ir<i 


2Q 


41 


Boston Red Sox 


28 


42 


Montpelier Sapsuckers 


27 


43 


Miami Beach Boys 


26 


44 


St. Louis Browns 


1 


69 


National League 






Moscow Mules 


59 


11 


Los Angeles Dodgers 


35 


35 


San Francisco Giants 


35 


35 


Budapest Bums 


11 


59 



VOTE HERE 




"If they vote to have rain twice a week, I'm moving 
somewhere else." 




"When I was your age, we weren't teleported to school; we 
had to ride all the way in a rickety old bus." 



MINI-MAG 163 



1 . i 




Amy Roberts gives service with a smile at 
McDonaldland. 




-^o — * — * ' 

^-^^-O^Q 



hen the clock 
Strikes half past six, babe! 
Turn to head for 
Golden lights -- hey! 

It's a good time 
For the great taste -- 
dinner! 

At McDonalds 
It's Mac tonight!! 



SEMENS 



ADVERTISING 165 




****ILAS;Light meterlWhat light 
meter?;Our first date with Gee- 
zar;the green machine & Bobs Toy 
TED BUNDEE #9;P-Town;9/3/86; 
The big D/Captain Sled Dog;SPIT & 
SHINE:The unforgettable MON- 
TAUK St.;To all the unhappy camp- 
ers at FALMOUTH; 5 BABY BEAR 
& WALTER; Geezars vette;the beast 
- CJ****Happy Medium- Never fall 
in love w/...;TK & KM- Halloween @ 
Davis School;Reflex- B-man lives; 
JB - J = RH;Is this a private horse- 
whipping? ;TWAS/Shnook-cordy- 
bishisolo & LM is ugly;Dr. sinneD 
lately?;PW Society-Radar; DC- Fo- 
rum's New Regime;GM-crazed fas- 
cist;RH-"H faut manger...";! need 
shoes...; SW,TK,JB,SS-USSR train 
ride;KM-"Don't use Diet Coke as 



your crutch'V'Let's put it this 
way...";ugly BC sweatpant;RKPS- 
Bowie, slamdancing,"Pl. don't call 
my daughter";Browning to Bruce; I 
love U all- Live long & Prosper -- 
Short Tye-Dyed Indian-NT**** 
Jackie - I sure will miss those bus 
rides, political conversation from A 
CC-Real people...****LC MR P's 
gonna kill us crawled into a bush NT 
TK SW SS Dear EF The Prom II faut 
manger SF Club DK I have the great- 
est respect JC AB RB This class is so 
depressing RH we have gym now NP 
RF JM U can walk your dog frosh 
civil good morning Mr B I'm gonna 
miss U guys JB****Aruna honey you 
know that it was ONLY TEN 
POINTS darling it was only begin- 
ners luck!!! ****Russia ...but she 



saves the drink AB warpig The crew, 
what one way sign? RK The cougara 
what mailbox? A snow bank 2!Ea- 
trob Maine Reefa! Parsley! BM 
Hampton Party panties KD Win 
Lose or Draw ME Safari's & Skittles 
PM Larry from Lowell-you're hired 
Out w/MB We built this city HB It's 
a bad one! Davis NY's Eve Davis out- 
house's I saw sam AB It's the boys 
good & the coops R here a who bil 
the glass AB Purity runs KD home 
made coolers Thanx 4 the memories 
I love you all!****Tracey hon, 
know it upsets you that I am bettei 
at a sport than you but it wa: 
ll!!!!!****To: AC, LB, EG, and SN 
Campbell soup is good food 
Wouldn't you like a fresh Hamby 
Burger!?! Head for the Mountain 




166 ADVERTISING 






Head for the Busch! Get him when 
he's up, Get him when he's down! 
From Tache, Mandy, Angus, and the 
Gerbals!****CC-Shuck our sstreet 
rhyme Fit!;deck changes*NP-poles 
in rds*Jb-no auto S;AM/PM break 
f.-SS****Hey Erika "Those Ears!" 
Don't forget the "Waving Wheat 
Guys!" You've all been the best! EM, 
NP, KM, TK, BG, PS, SS, SW, VL, 
JM "Ya Hoo I made it!" Seniors are 
# one! What college am I going 
29**** ****EC-good lunch-love you- 
LC-thanks for putting up with me- 
KO-hang in there babe-it's almost 
over!-Thanks 

To:DK,SW,DD,JM,NP,KM,CT,PS- 
...Mark****I would like to thank my 
parents and my friends for all of 
their support. I would also like to 



thank those teachers at Bedford for 
all of their patience and help.****So, 
um um um... What's up? Courtney L! 
Wanna make a bet? Shoot! Pow! — I 
Love You****Hi! Thanx to: MG, LC- 
couldn't do it without you-KH, JK, 
CD-my new friends!-Mum & Dad- 
How do you do it?! CK, BW, AW, NJ, 
LK, KA, DR-you know who you 
are!!-BH- If you only knew...-Kay- 
te**** Amy-Bean Thank you for ev- 
erything M.B.B. "Heather I Love 
You!" To the Saturday night crew- 
Thanks -Kim and Amy remember 
our kitchen floor talks. I love you 
guys****It's McDonaldland, Miss 
McNugget/Dee, your basement with 
K.G., yah jumbo jumbo!/ Hi Matt/ 
Hey man, whose house tonight? Hel- 
lo, McFly! from one great giggler to 



another/ Annie darling/YM 
gang/Mr. Rhodes, Paris bound/Sat. 
night crew/Taavio Rm. 2084, Sum- 
mer '87, the finer things/ Smile!!- 
Amy * * * *Mickey must die! Hey 
chick! A dance to 1988. The Love 
Dreams! Are you annoyed? A noid? 
Or an oid? He's soooo cute. Tohny. 
The reverend was surprised to be- 
lieve that Olivia was fat and shiny. 
Ho-ho-ho-hooohh! Slow down 
Ppuhh! Darn telephone pole! Re- 
member Bach? -N.P.****FH team: 
Are there perverts in those bushes? 
Sinner, radar, F---king coffee beans, 
human exp, vert-yeux, lizardking, 
ooh miserable, Guido, BIO, Temp- 
wipe, Lacrosse, I need shoes. .. Doc- 
soutahere**** 





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PATDONS 



GOLD 



Mr. & Hrs. Kevin J. Clancy 

The Hirsch Famil)' 
Jay <£) Dolores Mcintosh 
Charlotte McNeany 
Dave & Joan Melville 
Dr. Janine Prot 
Paul D. (Shuman. D.M.D. 
Frannie & Winnie Sullivan 



BLUE 



Donald & Mary Finney 
The David G. Fox Family 
Karen Gorgens-Griffin 
Pay & Maureen 6nee 
Allan & Linda Young 
The Zeigler Family 



WHITE 



Bedford Photo 
The Moll Family 
Alfred & Karen Morano 
Fred & Catherine Pearson 



168 ADVERTISING 



Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
to the 



Graduating 
Class of 1988 

Co-Editor<s 
JccScSica Meyers 
Kathj McGovern 
Lori Dla(Sioli 

and the entire Yearbook Staff 



I'^sist liisiiniiice 

18 North Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
(617) 275-7205 



For Your Home, Auto, 
Life and Business Insurance, 
You Don't have to Settle for Less. 



jc ' A Caddell&Byers Insurance Agency 

mut 

Acton • Bedford • Burlington 
Lowell • North Reading • Wilmington 



Law Offices 

DICK, DYSON & KILMARTIN 

Professional Corporation 

113 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
(617)275-0860 



A SPECIAL LIFE-STYLE 

Carleton-Willard Village is an exceptional continuing care retirement community. Gracious independent 
living accommodations and fully licensed, long-term health care facilities exist in a traditional New 
England environment. 

CARLETON-WILLARD VILLAGE 



100 Old Billerica Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
(617) 275-8700 

Owned and operated by Carleton-Willard Homes. Inc. 
a non-profit corporation 




CARLITON WILIARD VILLAGE 



170 ADVERTISING 



MIT 



CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1988 



You are the hiation's Future! 



Consider your possibilities at... 




Lincoln Laboratory 



Lexington, Massachusetts 



LUONGO'S 

DRY 
CLEANER 



expert stain removal 
complete drapery service 
seasonal storage 

alteration service 



TEL. 275-7300 



32 SHAWSHEEN AVE. BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



TEL. 275-6080 




dcituin (2fiaf2man. 



REALTOR® 



REAL ESTATE 
SALES RENTALS NOTARY PUBLIC 
CENTRAL MIDDLESEX MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 



RES 275 0256 



328 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 





JOHN M. PECORA & SON, INC. 
General Contractors 



933-4929 
275-8188 



162 Winn Street 
woburn. ma 01801 



172 ADVERTISING 



(617) 275-6662 



Saudan^a CCectzic Qo., One, 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
SUPPLIES - LIGHTING - SALES 



FRANK BAUDANZA 
Vice President 



328 GREAT RD. 
BEDFORD, MASS 01730 



FLOWER?^ 

142 THE GREAT ROAD 1 I 

■EDFORO MA. 275-7125 V^_^>/ 





William Buck 



Morgan Lewis 



BUCKINGHAM COMPANY, 
INC. 

Tree & Landscaping 



P.O. BOX 327 
Bedford, MA 01730 



617-275-1931 



ADVERTISING 173 



Congratulations! 



BFPID 



SINCE W \&60 



18 nORTH ROAD 
BEDTORD, MA 01730 



275-6501 
275-3040 



(^P rofessional ^^air CDesti 



estgners 



(SicLria 0i e 



OWNER 



1 38 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD MA 01 730 
TEL 275 8182 



CELEBRATING 
OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY 



GOULD MOTORS, INC. 

25 North Road 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



CHRTSUR 




Bus Phone 275-7200 
Res Phone 369-3385 




DAN, 

HAVE A GREAT LIFE! 

LOVE. 

MOM, DAD, KATE. DAVE, MATT & JOSH 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1988 



375-7111 



CLIFFORD R£Aj.roKM 
S<1 GREAT ROAD 

BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



174 ADVERTISING 



Congratulations and 
Sincere Wishes 
for 

Future Success 
from all of us 



at 



The MITRE Corporation 



MITRE 

Burlington Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



ADVERTISING 175 



•■1 




Taylor 3 Lloyd, Inc. 
Bedford, Mass. 



"May Prosperity, Health 

And Good Fortune 
Be With You Always." 
"Good Luck Class Of 

88" 



Jock Taylor 



Ed Lloyd 



176 ADVFRTISING 



Best Wishes 
From The 




BEDFORD PERMANENT FIRE 
FIGHTERS 




ADVERTISING 177 



Raylheon Company 
Missile Systems Division 
Hariwell Road 
Bedlord MA 01730 



RayftiecHi 



CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1988 
FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR 




To Beth 

"May the road rise to meet you, 

May the wind be always at your back..." 



Jennifer, 
All The Best 
Love, 

MOM AND DAD 



Congratulations, 

Mom, Dad, John and Katie 




AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 „„„„ 

• SERVICE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8006 

MINUTEMAN 
OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

39 NORTH RD • BEDFORD, MA 
Exit 44N, ofl Rte 128 

275-8000 



Jenny 



Con^ratufations ! 

We wish you happiness, 
friendship and love. 

Love, Mom, Dad and J 




Congratulations 
Class of 1988 

Marilyn & Jack Kean 

STDNEHENCE 

JEWELRY 




Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1988 

Dr. & Mrs. Eagles 




Andrea, 

With our pride for all you have been, 
With our joy for all that you are. 
Dare to dream as you search for your pot of gold 
and 

Build yourself a rainbow. 

Love for always. 
Mom and Dad 



ADVERTISING 179 



(Dear Jutie, 

Best wishes! 
Happiness! 

Success! 

Love, Olfom, CDacf and J^[e?c 



SCOTT, 

OUR CONGRATULATIONS 
AND BEST WISHES ALWAYS, 
TO A GREAT SON AND BROTHER. 

WE LOVE YOU! 
MOM, DAD AND ERIC 




Laura, 

You've come 
a long way. 
Keep following 
your dreams 
and sharing 
your talents 
with the world. 

Love, Dad 



L 




Kim, 

I hope you always know I am very proud of 
you! Whatever you choose to do in the future, 
I wish you the best of luck. Go for it! 

Love, 
Mom 




BEAUTIFUL, 
BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, 
BEAUTIFUL GIRL 

WE LOVE YOU LAURA! 

mom, jesse, teka and chauncy . . 



180 ADVERTISING 




^^^^^^^^^ 




For four years you hove all beer^ the best of frier^ds. 
I will r^ever forget you. 
Thar^ks for everythng. 

Love, 
Neera 

A.K.A. Short Tie-Dyed Indian 



J 



ADVERTISING 181 




Megan Lacovara's Family 

are even more proud of her 
than they usually are. 

With love, 
Mom, Ezra, Kerrie and Tommy 



EMMA DESIGN 



Robert M. Prcsti 



19 Crosby Dr. — Bedford. Mass. 01730 U.S.A. 
1-617-275-1434 



"We are not prisoners of the past. We can start where 
we are. We are enough. There are no 'others' to 
blame." 

"When things are not done, it is we who have not done 
them; when there is misunderstanding, it is also ours; 
when we are in a state of emotional pain or tension, it 
is we who have chosen to he there" 

"No 'they' can teach or change us, only we can do 
that. No 'they' can bring us peace or joy; these 
feelings are uniquely ours. (The world of fear, joy or 
tears is a very private and personal world.) Only we 
can embrace ourselves and start anew. " 

Leo Buscaglia 

Trcbor, 

The decisions are yours, my love, choose 
wisely. And if you decide later that your choice was 
wrong, that's all right. There'll be many more along 
the way. Enjoy the fact that you had the right to 
choose in the first place. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 






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To 



Daonysia T. Zeigler 

Congratulations, 
Good Luck, and 
Best Wishes Always 

Love, 

Mom, Jeffrey, Sedrick, Myra, Garry, 
Grandma Frazier and Grandma Zeigler 




Jeff: 

Be happy! You have worked hard to get 
here. Now you are facing a whole new 
world. You've only just begun. We love you 
very much, you are a pleasure to be 
around. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



K. W. LLTHER BODYWORKS CO., INC. 




1 COMMERCIAL AVENUE 
P.O. BOX 304 

BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730-0003 
PHONE: 617-275-3000 




Congratulations to the Class of 88! 

All our love and pride will always be 
with you, Tami. 



Love, Dad, Mom, Philly & Brenda 



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Congratulations 



And 



Best Wishes 



To the Class of 



1988 



From The Class Of 




1989 




Walcoth 



Sales & Service Inc. 



SINCE 1937 



High Quality TV's And Appliances 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER, BEDFORD 



Microwave Ovens 
Air Conditioners 
Television 



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275-7570 



SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 



Refrigerators 
Ranges 
Washers & Dryers 



184 ADVERTISING 



With [oinng zmsfiesfor a 
successfu[ future to ^al 
andaiCtfie memScrs of 
theCCassof'SS. 

Love, 9^om & 'Dad 




(Ahem) We're Proud of You! 

We're Proud of You!... 
and we wish you every success 
as you "do life"! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Susanne 





Daryle, 

From the moment you were bom you have 
always made us proud of you. You are unique in 
your love, caring, and devotion to your family. As 
you enter a new phase in your life, nothing but 
happiness, success, and a wonderful new world 
will be yours. All our love and pride will always be 
with you. Good luck to you, your friends, and 
fellow classmates. 

Mom, Dad, Kev & Brian 



Richard A. Davidson, R.Ph. 

Consultant Pharmacist FASCP 



Davidsons Pharmacy Inc. 

168 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Phone (617) 275-6919 



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HAVILLAND'S 

( GRILLE^ 

Elegant dining in a casual setting, feaairing a light, 
tast)- grille menu. Stop by tor a bite of bre:ikfast, 
lunch, or dinner Or feast on one of the best Sunday 
brunches an\Avhere. ^bu may also want to indulge 
in one of our exclusive weekend packages. 
Reservations suggested. Call (6l7) 275-5500. 
StoufFer Bedford Glen Hotel, 4-4 Middlesex Turnpike, 
Bedford, MA 0^30 

STOUFFER 
BEDFORD GLEN HOTEL 

\'>H' siouIUt Mou-I ( oiiip.im 



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Well done and congratulations, 
Adrian. 

We are proud of your achievements 
and wish you every success 
in your future. 

Love, 
Mother and Dad 




the purity 

supreme 

group 




Purity 
Supreme 
Your Basic 
Value Store 



186 ADVERTISING 




VOLKSWAGEN 




AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 

• SERVICE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8006 



MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGEN, INC. 

39 NORTH RD 'BEDFORD MA 
Exit 44N off Rte 128 

275-8000 





TO CAROLINE ENNIS 
A GREAT DAUGHTER AND SISTER! 
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK! 
WE LOVE YOU VERY MUCH! 

LOVE, MOM-DAD-CHUCK(79)- 
JEANMARIE(80)-MARK(82)-ANDSEAN(85) 





Bobby, 

Our Sincerest Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to you, your Wonderful Friends and 
Classnnates. Your family has always been 
proud of you! Our wish for you is that you have 
a lifetime of the happiness and joy that you 
have given us. 



MOM-DAD-NANCY-MICHAEL 




BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 



99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



BEN SEARS 



(617) 275-8540 
Home 275-7865 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST 
WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1988 

FROM 

THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
CONGREGATIONAL 
IN BEDFORD 
(UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST) 



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A TOUCH OF CLASS 

CLASS or 1988 




(FORMAL WEAR BY MR. SAUHDERS) 



COnORATULATIOnS AFiD BEST 

WISHES 
from YOUR YEARBOOK 
PHOTOGRAPHER 

99 Cambridge Street, Burlington, MA 01803 

272-4700 

WEDDinOS, FAMILY GROUPS, CHILDREH, 
CREATIVE YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 



188 ADVHRTISING 



Bedford — Billerica JUxedo Shops 



'Tuxedos For All Occasions 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617-275-9864 




Treble Cove Plaza 

199 Boston Road 

Billerica, Massachusetts 01862 

617-667-1475 



SAME DAY SERVICE 



EXPERT TAILORING 



H CLEANERS, INC. 



Bedford 
Bedford Shopping Center 
275-9864 



Billerica 
Treble Cove Plaza 
667-9308 



Tewkshury 
Tewkshury Shopping Center 
851-7581 



FIRE RESTORATIONS 



SUEDE & LEATHER CLEANING 



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FRIENDS FOREVER 

Saturday Night Crew" 




T 



Kimbi, Stacie, Amy, Ruth 
Jen, Kimba 



To Meredith, 

The kite has nearly cleared the trees. Its string 
is almost all let out. May your skies he always 
blue and cloudless with enouf^h breeze to keep you 
soaring. 

Lots of love, 

Mom & Dad 



As my MaMa say, 
"Where there is a will, there is a way." 
We love you! 
Mom & Dad 
Chris, Tammy, Melissa & Fred 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1988 

Lawrence Carlton & 
Company, P.C. 
Certified Public Accountants 



"Bedford Jeweler/ Jnc. 



Congratulations Class of '88 

3eec^ PaitttiM^ <fi ^enezaC Contractor 

64 Springs Road 
Bedford, MA. 01730 
(617)275-7341 275-8481 
Free Estimates 
Fully Insured 



P.O. Box 202 
323 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



Telephone 
61 7-275-7056 



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MIX FLOWERS 



377 Concord Road 
275-6255 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE 
CLASS OF 1986 



Congratulations Sharon 

You are our talent! 

Remember the Wachsler 
five. 



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Best Wishes To The 
Class Of 1987 




138 the Great Road • Bedlord. MA 01730 



(617) 275-2330 




BEDFORD TRAVEL, INC. 

138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



FULL SERVICE AGENCY 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
DEBBIE 

And the Class of 1988 

Love from 
Dad & Mom 
Donna, Chris & Megan 
David, Jennifer & Scott 
Doug & Sandi 




Nicole, 

You have filled our 

lives with 

joy and music! 

May you always 

march 

to your own 

drummer! 

Much love. Mom, 
Dad, 

Steve, and Grampee 



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Heather- 

I thought it would be easy to write to 
you. I could make it easy and tell you 
how much you've meant to me all these 
years, but you already know that you're 
my world to me. We've grown from two 
little girls to the best of friends who can 
look back and be proud that we've made 
it through good and bad together. Ev- 
erybody's always told us that they 
know we'll never be separated. They're 
right, because we've shared so much 
and dreamed so much that no matter 
how far apart we are, we'll have so 
many memories. I never thought there 
would come a time when there was 
something we couldn't get through. It 
looks like we might have finally met 
our match: time to say goodbye. Nei- 
ther one of us knows what the future is 
going to hold, but if it is goodbye, then I 
can be confident to know that goodbye 
for us is different from others. I know 
we've shared so much and meant so 
much to each other that there'll never 
be an end to our friendship. We've 
spent the best years of our lives togeth- 
er, and none of that will change. You'll 
always be my best friend, and no matter 
what, we'll find a way to keep our 
dreams alive, and we'll find a way to 
keep the memories going. I love you, 
kiddo, and remember: best friends till 
the end. 

Love ya. 

Best Friends Forever 
Stephanie 




If someone asked me 

what a best friend is, 

there are lots of things 

I could say. 

For example, 

a best friend is 

the one you can 

trust completely, 

the one who 

listens to you, 

laughs with you, 

cares for you, 

on your good days, 

on your bad days. 

A best friend is 

one of the nicest things 

that could happen to you, 

because, out of 

all the people 

in the world, 

you've been lucky enough 

to find each other 

I could go on and on 
about what a 
best friend is, 
but it's really easiest 
to simply say, 
"It's you!" 



Steff- 

I'd just like to say thank you for all 
that you've done for me. You've picked 
me up when I've been down, you've al- 
ways had a shoulder there for me to cry 
on or an ear there for listening. We've 
been through good and bad, and 
throughout everything our friendship 
has survived, and it's always been the 
most important thing. That's saying a 
lot. 

I hope you realize how very much you 
mean to me and how special you are. I'll 
never forget you or all you've done for 
me. I really don't know what I would've 
done without you! Thank you for being 
my very best friend, and Steff--thank 
you for just being you! I'm going to miss 
you! I love you!! 

Best friends forever and ever!! 

Heather 



Double Trouble 
D.O.A. 

Knock, Knock 
Dorito Run 

Joined at the mentality level 
St. Louis 
No Hairspray 




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Shawmut 



Bedford Office 
94 Great Road 
499-3805 



Member FDIC. P^qual Housing Lender. 



Bobby, you are a 

Keep on running, we're proud of you! 
Mom and Dad 



Good luck to you 
Mary Jean; may yoUi 
Life ahead be full of 
Rainbows and hopefully 
the "Pot of Gold" 
Love from 
Mom, Dad, Rick, 
Senade, Anne-Marie, 
Jim, Gina, and Tom 





Good Luck 
Seniors!! 

from 

the Class of 1990 




The 
Future 

is 
yours 
to 

Formulate, 

Best of luck to the Class of 1988 

MILLIPORE 



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The Best of 
Luck 

to the Class of 
1988 

From the 
Class of 1991 



AA 

I McDonali 



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d's 

1 

CONGRATOLATIOMS AMD BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1988 

rmni The I lUitc Sl.ill Al 

McDonald's 



^'n, (iicii Ko.ici 

l',<<lliii(l M.Js->. 



To Craig, 

A terrific son, brother and friend; you deserve the 
very best. 

Love Mom, Dad and Mark 

Congratulations to Bill, Brian, Jim, Mark, Mike, 
and Ronnie 



To Anna, 

Who has touched us in a very 

special way. 

ciao 

Laura, Christine, Bob and Mum 



Good Luck 

and 
Best Wishes 
to 
Cindy 
McCombs 

Follow your dreams to the end of the rainbow 
from 
Mom 
Brother 




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'Congratulations and Best Wishes to our Graduating Music Students' 



Joy Anderson 
Sharon Beardsley 

Tami Beecy 
Debbie Boudreau 
Adam Boyd 
Robert Carey 
David Concannon 
Debra Dalrymple 
Laura Dmochowski 
Kathy Doughty 
Laura Fairbanks 
David Feierabend 
Robert Flores 
Erica Galvin 



Patrons Of Music (Students 

Kristen Godart 

Aruna Goel 
Beth Goodpaster 
David Greelish 

Devin Hale 
Robyn Hannon 
Tracey Hector 
Julie Hunt 
Doug Jones 
Daniel Kennedy 
Sara Kostishack 
Tamar Kupiec 
Bridget Linehan 
Jennifer Lund 
Erika McGilvray 



Kathleen McGovern 
Greg Melville 
Jessica Meyers 

Gwen Moll 
Michelle Morris 
Mary Jean Papalia 
John Pecora 
Laura Perkinson 

Nicole Picard 
Anna Rampichini 

David Rhodes 
Patricia Sciaraffa 
Robert Sullivan 
Carl Theobald 
Gary Wadden 




The yearbook staff wishes to ex- 
tend a special thanks to our two 
very helpful advisors, Mrs. Byron 
and Mrs. Ralston. Without their 
support and hard work we, the 
yearbook staff, would not have 
survived! 

We would also like to thank 
Mrs. Hovsepian. She was a very 
important part of the yearbook. 
She took time out from her busy 
schedule to help all the "newcom- 
ers" adjust to a very timely task. 
Thank you! 
The Advisors 
and Editors 



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From Kindergarten to Graduation 

We Finally Made It! 



Congratulations to the Class of 1988! We have gone from 
kindergarten to graduation. Our fundraisers progressed from mag- 
azine drives in the Middle School to Bedford Day booths selling 
homemade tie-dye shirts. In the meantime, we banded together to 
pull off all kinds of projects from hall decorating to prom decorat- 
ing. Somehow we survived the rough times with much success—a 
success that will always remain with the Class of 1988. 

Good luck to the classes to follow! 





A special thanks 
to our devoted ad- 
visors, Mr. Huff 
and Ms. Curran, for 
their help and sup- 
port during our ju- 
nior and senior 
years. 





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SUCCESS 




Abbott, Andrea 5, 12, 36, 132 

Abbott, Marianne 49, 86, 87, 113 

Adams, Keith 71 

Ahern, Rob 60, 122 

Albani, Scott 55, 119 

Alcaide, Kimberly 12, 36, 102, 109, 133 

Alexander, Bryan 60 

Alexander, Cornelius 60 

Alexander, Michelle 55 

Allen, Joshua 60 

Alley, Carla 60, 109 

Alves, Anthony 12, 36, 75, 106, 122, 123 

Alves, Mark 55 

Amaya, Luis 60 

Ambrose, William 68 



Anderson, Christine 49, 83, 86, 87, 89, 

90, 93, 98, 99, 100, 113, 158 
Anderson, Joy 12, 36, 86, 87, 99, 100, 135 
Anderson, Scott 55, 98, 124 
Andrade, Amy 60, 111 
Andrews, Angel 55 
Apicella, Margarita 71 
Ardito, Daniel 36 
Ardito, Douglas 49 
Armstrong, Karrie 55, 87, 98, 113 
Asbedian, Jamie 60, 87, 98 
Ashe, Jennifer 55, 87, 101 
Atkinson, Lisa 12, 36, 84 
Axtell, Richard 55, 98, 99, 100, 116 




Badrigian, Debra 71 

Bailey, Jamie 60, 109 

Bailey, Robin 12, 36, 84, 117, 124 

Baker, Michelle 60, 117 

Baker, Rachel 49 

Barber, Tracy 12, 36, 85, 94, 145 

Barger, John 12, 36 

Bass, Barbara 55, 87, 98 

Bauman, David 13, 36, 104, 134 

Beardsley, Sharon 13, 36, 101, 135, 140 

Beecy, Tamara 13, 36, 101, 145, 133, 159 

Bell, Kay 71 

Bensley, Heather 13, 36, 84, 108, 120, 
121, 132 

Benson, Leah 49, 84, 87, 89, 98, 99, 100 

Berkowitz, Lisa 55, 84, 89, 98, 101 

Berman, Eric 55, 85, 106, 124 

Berman, Josh 60, 124 

Berry, Nichelle 55, 57, 98, 117 

Berry, Shannon 49, 98, 109 

Besse, Laura 13, 36, 84, 134, 135 

Biggio, Robert 71 

Birch, Charles 60 

Birch, Janice 71 

Bird, Ronnie 104 

Bishop, Sue 49, 53, 84, 87, 102, 108, 145 

Black, Louie 60 

Blackstock, Adam 55 

Blaisdell, Phil 60, 105 

Blanchard, Lynnette 60, 111 

Blasi, Mike 60, 105 

Blasioli, Lori 13, 36, 84, 93 

Blondin, Chris 60, 112, 125 

Bobrowski, Mary 71 

Boehm, Liz 49, 98, 108, 120 

Boffa, Anne 13, 36, 78 

Boffa, Kathy 55 

Boisvert, Michelle 60, 109 

Borshay, Amy 60, 98, 109 

Boschetto, David 60 

Boudreau, Deborah 13, 36, 84, 101 

Bowen, Amy 55, 87, 110, 127 

Bowers, Doran 104, 125 

Boyd, Adam 14, 36, 87, 91, 93, 95, 99, 

100, 142 
Boyd, Ian 60 



198 INDEX 



Bradshaw, Brian 49, 99, 100 
Braga, Aldevino 71, 91 
Bragg, Andrew 14, 36 
Brailey, Tracey 49 
Briggs, Israel 49, 87, 91 
Briggs, Todd 60 

Brill, Julie 14, 37, 84, 85, 87, 90, 95, 133 

Brooks, Michael 60 

Brown, Dave 51 

Brown, Erik 55 

Brown, Lemar 14, 37, 91, 104 

Brown, Matthew 14, 37, 91 

Bruha, Ann 49, 87, 126, 144 

Brunelleschi, Dian 55 

Buckley, Joseph 69 

Buckley, Sean 60 

Bumann, Thomas A 10, 14, 37, 104, 143 
Burke, Diane 60 

Burke, Michael T 10, 14, 37, 84, 138, 139 

Burke, Michelle 111 

Burns, Nancy 134 

Busch, Fred 60 

Busch, Jim 98, 116 

Busch, William 14, 37, 104 

Byrd, Ronnie 15, 37, 145 

Byron, Ruth 71, 88 




Cacciola, Peter 71, 127, 143 
Caissie, Linda 49 
Callahan, Dan 118 
Campagna, Jeffrey 55 
Campbell, Christine 60, 117 
Campbell, Cynthia 49, 145 
Campbell, Donn 8, 10, 15, 37, 104 
Campbell, Lt.-Col. Edward 71, 91, 104 
Campbell, Rachel 60, 117, 125 
Campoli, Heather 60 
Canter, Lawrence 68 



Capezzuto, Andrea 15, 37 
Cardoos, Ryan 49, 75, 98, 122 
Carey, Brett 49, 95 
Carey, Robert 15, 37 
Carey, Trebor 91 
Carlisle, Andy 49, 88 
Carlson, David 15, 37, 104, 132 
Carlton, Heather 49, 101 
Carr, Emily 7, 15, 37, 86, 87, 124, 131, 
132, 143 

Carr, Lilo 55, 84, 86, 87, 94, 95, 100, 161 
Carroll, Danny 55 

Carroll, Janet 15, 101, 132, 133, 145, 159 
Caruso, Frank 60 
Caruso, James 49 
Casey, Stephen 15, 37 
Casserly, Andrea 49 
Casserly, Peter 60 
Cestrone, James 55 
Chandnoit, Eric 60, 105 
Chase, Lennox 55, 57, 104 
Chemlen, Michael 49 
Chen, Ken 55, 115 
Chen, Mark 115 
Chester, Thomas 61 
Chubb, Courtney 16, 37, 87, 89, 90, 93, 
117 

Chui, Chi Ming 49 

Clancy, David 16, 37, 85, 90, 106, 144 
Clark, Brian 118 
Clark, Camarie 55, 57 
Clarke, Josh 61 

demons, Christopher 16, 37, 106, 115 

Cohen, Jen 111 

Collier, Jennifer 49 

Colligan, Patricia 49, 87, 91 

Colliton, James 16, 37, 122, 123 

Combatelli, James 61 

Concannon, David 16, 37, 98, 106, 118, 

119, 132 
Conklin, Matt 61, 98, 100 
Connolly, Amy 61 
Connolly, Kevin 71, 74, 81 
Connors, Paul 16, 37, 114, 122 
Cook, James 16, 37, 145 
Cook, Laura 16, 36, 117, 134, 135, 144, 



161 

Cooke, David 55 

Cooney Keith 17, 38, 87, 91, 145 

Cordes, Erik 49, 87, 94, 112, 125 

Corea, Angela 49, 87, 120, 121 

Coriaty, Christopher 49 

Coriaty, Sean 17, 38, 133 

Coriaty, Tammy 55, 87, 98, 111 

Corliss, William 71, 77 

Coronado, Michelle 145 

Costellic, Darrel 81 

Cote, Katherine 55 

Cote, Patricia 70, 71 

Couto, Daniel 49, 104, 125, 127 

Craig, Michael 49 

Cronin, Chrissy 55, 87, 110, 120 

Cronin, Paul 49, 104 

Crump, Tara 55 

Curley, Kevin 17, 38, 104 

Curran, Diedra 72 

Curran, John 49 




Dahnke, Mike 91, 98, 100 

Dalrymple, Debra 17, 38, 87, 88, 93, 94, 

95, 135 
Dameron, Vernon 72 
Davis, Michelle Ann 55 
Davis, Shannon 61, 87, 98, 99, 100 
Davis, Tina 61 
Deardorff, Sean 61, 98 
Decaprio, Jeff 17, 38 
Decaprio, Kris 61 
Dedrick, Robin 17, 38 
Dee, Michelle 61, 87, 95, 100 
Defrancesco, Cindy 55, 87 
DeGeorge Schirmer, Joan 68 
Delgado, Eunice 61 
DeLuca, Alicia 61, 126 
Depietro, Ann Marie 55, 57 



INDEX 199 



Desilets, Brendan 72 
Dickinson, Jennifer 61, 113 
DiClemente, Joan 72 
Dillen, John 49 

Dinitto, Edward 17, 38, 122, 132 

Dinitto, Jennifer 61, 87 

Dinitto, Kristen 17, 38, 144 

Dion, Peter 38, 106, 122, 123 

DiPietro, Charles 72, 75 

Ditore, Angela 49, 89 

Dmochowski, Laura 18, 38, 87, 93, 99, 

100, 110, 124, 132, 135 
Dmochowski, Michael 61, 98 
Dockham, Richard 61 
Doherty, Rob 116 
Doherty, Robert 49, 116 
Doiron, Theresa 72 
Donaldson, Linda 49, 87, 144 
Donaldson, Robert 61, 87, 98, 100 
Donovan, Eleanor 68, 72 
Donovan, Michael 72 
Doorakian, Duane 55 
Dougherty, Kenneth 55 
Doughty, Heather 49, 120 
Doughty, Kathleen 8, 18, 38, 84, 87, 105, 

108, 109, 120, 141, 142, 143 
Drenas, Kathleen 73, 78 
Duda, Peter 18, 38, 104, 105, 143 
Duffy, Diana 70, 73 
Duggan, Thomas 69, 80 
Duran, Jennifer 49 
Duris, Kevin 61, 99, 114 
Durkin, Mike 55, 98, 99, 100, 161 
Durress, Kevin 100 
Dworshak, Megan 61, 111 
Dworshak, Todd 18, 38, 87, 92, 94, 116 
Dyer, Richard 115 




Eagles, Courtney 55, 110, 121 
Ebersole, John 61, 114 
Edwards, Melanie 49, 86, 87, 135 
Eldridge, Jason 61 
Ennis, Caroline 18, 38, 108, 109 
Ericson, Camilla 49, 51, 84, 87 
Erlich, Shari 61, 85, 90, 98, 100 
Evans, Greg 38, 91 

Evans, Meredith 10, 18, 38, 108, 124, 
141, 143 




Fairbanks, Laura 11, 18, 38, 132 

Farmer, Karl 49, 84, 118, 119 

Farmer, Keith 61, 105 

Farmer, Kim 49, 53, 86, 87, 89, 108, 124 

Farrow, Melissa 86 

Fedele, Richard 55, 58, 104 

Fehlau, Erin 61, 87, 98, 99, 100, 111 

Feirabend, Dave 18, 39 

Ferrell, Candace 61, 87 

Ferrett, Richard 49, 125 

Ferro, Melissa 55, 117 

Ferro, Suzanne 55, 109 

Fiato, Nicole 19, 39 

Fierabend, David 89, 104 

Fink, Barbara 55, 87 

Finkelstein, Aaron 55, 114, 116 

Finney, Eric 19, 39 

Finney, Lora 61, 87 

Flores, Alejandra 61 

Flores, Robert 19, 39, 87, 88 

Fontaine, Heidi 19, 39 

Fox, David 19, 39, 84, 106, 107, 144, 158 

Franks, Edward 61 

Frederick, Mark 55, 87, 98 

Freeman, Alex 61, 98, 100, 116 

French, Angela 49 

French, Claire 73 



French, Sybil 73 
Freni, Darryl 49, 104 
Fryer, Leslie 49, 50, 86, 110, 120, 121, 
130 

Furey, David 55 




Galani, Judy 61, 87, 95, 99, 100 
Galani, Lyz 49, 86, 87, 88, 89, 93, 95, 101 
Gallant, Mark 61, 125 
Galpin, Loree 113 
Galvan, Erica 19, 39, 98 
Galvan, Ernesto 55 
Galvan, Marc 49, 99, 100 
Gardner, Edward 19, 39, 122, 123, 133, 
134 

Garrison, Jenni 49 
Garrison, R.J. 55, 116 
Gaul, Roger 50, 116 
Gautier, Angela 50, 87, 95, 100 
Geary, Kevin 114 

Geilfuss, Brad 55, 99, 100, 112, 125 
Geilfuss, Jack 98, 125 
General, Irene 50 

Gerbrands, Gretchen 48, 50, 87, 89, 99, 
101, 134 

Getty, Lisa 48, 50, 87, 88, 89, 93, 126, 134 

Giard, Donald 50, 119 

Giard, Mike 55, 119 

Giddis, Elaine 73 

Gilberti, Jayson 50, 114, 115 

Giles, Lisa 19 

Gleason, Catherine 20, 39, 87, 89, 161 
Glennon, Sarah 55, 110 
Glomski, Ian 56, 58, 87, 124 
Godart, Amy 50, 51, 87, 89 
Godart, Kristin 11, 20, 39, 78, 101, 133, 
145, 159 

Godfredsen, Taavo 50, 87, 89, 118, 119 
Goel, Aruna 20, 39, 84, 87, 89 



200 INDEX 



Gollis, Bernard 73 

Goodale, David 50 

Goodale, Lisa 20, 39, 84, 86, 87 

Goodale, Paul 50 

Goodarz, John 98 

Goodpaster, Beth 20, 39, 83, 84, 85, 86, 

87, 93, 99, 133, 135 
Goodpaster, John 98, 115, 124 
Goodwin, Lori 56, 101, 145 
Gordon, Mark 56, 84, 86, 87, 94, 95, 100 
Gorgens, Kim 20, 39, 135 
Goyette, Stephanie 20, 39 
Granowitz, Scott 112, 125 
Gray, Mark 87, 106, 125 
Greelish, David 20, 39, 87, 98, 100, 114 
Green, Beth 50, 84, 86, 87, 89, 95, 101 
Greenway, Robert 73 
Grey, Holly 87, 121 
Griffin, Sarah 56, 121 
Griffin, Simeon 21, 39, 87, 125 
Grof, Daryle 21, 39, 158 
Grof, Kevin 56, 104 
Guidetti, Dean 39 
Gullage, Paula 73 




Hackford, Richard 40 

Hagar, Richard 73 

Haggerty, Janice 74 

Hale, Devin 8, 21, 40, 98, 99, 104 

Hale, Tracy 56, 98, 100, 113 

Hamby, Chris 21, 40, 106, 124 

Hamby, Jonathan 124 

Hamel, Christine 87, 111 

Hamilton, Marguerite 74 

Hance, Eddie 91 

Hancock, Edward 56 

Handley, Michael 21, 40, 114, 116 

Hanley, Constance 74 



Hanley, Mary Kate 56, 57, 110 
Hanley, Maureen 74 
Hanley, Robert 21, 40, 112, 144, 158 
Hannon, Robyn 21, 40, 84, 86, 87, 89, 
108 

Hannon, Roxanne 50, 101 

Harley, Julie 56, 113 

Harrington, Russ 50, 122 

Harrington, Thomas 50, 104 

Harris, Marian 11, 40 

Harris, Zenobia 50 

Harrison, J.R. 95 

Hartwell, Lisa 50, 87, 89 

Hartwell, Melissa 87 

Hawley, Catherine 50, 87, 89, 110 

Hector, Tracey 21, 40, 84, 89, 108 

Hentz, Robert 69 

Heumann, Heather 8, 22, 40, 126 

Hibbard, Jean 74 

Higham, Anne 5, 9, 22, 40 

Hindman, Brent 22, 40, 87, 93, 104 

Hirsch, Chris 87, 98, 105, 115 

Hirsch, Michelle 40, 86 

Hocker, Karen 56, 84, 86, 87 

Hollis, David 50, 93, 106, 119 

Holmstead, Karen 50, 87, 89, 101, 124 

Holtzman, David 56, 85, 124 

Holtzman, Rene 22, 40, 85, 86, 87, 89, 

93, 117 
Hovde, Kristin 50, 84, 89 
Hovsepian, Dorothy 74 
Howard, Jerry 50, 98 
Huff, Clint 7, 74, 113 
Huffman, Mike 124 
Huffman, William 22, 40, 142 
Hunsader, Monica 98, 109 
Hunt, Dave 106 
Hunt, Gary 74, 79, 139 
Hunt, Jim 56, 106, 107 
Hunt, Julie 9, 22, 40, 84, 89, 95, 135, 141 
Hupperich, Erika 22, 40, 161 
Hurd, Kathy 98, 100 
Hurley, Liam 56, 106, 118 




Inferrera, Anthony 56 
Ingraham, Yoma 74 
lovino, Kim 56 
Isabelle, David 56 
Isabelle, Nicole 50 
Iverson, Kara 56, 87 




Jannis, Nicole 56 

Janowsky, Lance 40 

Jansen, Ryan 105, 125 

Jardine, Justin 105 

Jarek, Kathy 56 

Jarvis, Mike 56, 104, 125 

Jarvis, Patrick 23, 40, 74, 104, 133 

Jensen, Jeffrey 23, 40, 91 

Jones, Allen 50, 93, 124 

Jones, Douglas 23, 40, 98, 104, 143 

Jones, Jeff 105 

Jones, Robert 50, 104 

Jones, Tina 50 

Judge, John 74 




Kane, Brian 50, 115 
Kapuria, Samir 98, 114 



INDEX 201 



Kasmar, Michael 56 

Kelleher, David 50, 85, 88, 93, 94 

Kelley., James 79 

Kelliher, Pat 50, 88, 93, 98, 99, 100, 124 

Kelly, Jim 56, 74, 87 

Kennedy, Daniel 9, 11, 23, 41, 87, 92, 93, 

94, 95, 98, 99, 100 
Kennedy, Josh 56 
Kennedy, Marcus 105 
Kenney, Michelle 50, 84, 95 
Kern, Brian 98 
Keup, William 74 
Khoxayo, Sommala 23, 41, 87, 106 
Kidd, Melissa 56 

Killebrew, Stacie 23, 41, 84, 89, 139 
King, Nicole 56 
Kirkland, Tanya 87, 98 
Kirton, Jessica 56, 84, 87 
Kleekamp, Liz 56, 87, 95, 101 
Koenig, Cheryl 56, 86, 87, 89, 113 
Koop, Jonathan 87, 99, 100, 116 
Kostishak, Sara 23, 41 
Kramer, Richard 23, 41, 124 
Krueger, Catherine 74, 88 
Kupiec, Nadav 56, 87, 98, 99, 100, 112 
Kupiec, Tamar 24, 41, 85, 86, 87, 90, 94, 
98, 99, 113, 135 




Lacovara, Megan 8, 24, 41, 159 
Laliberte, Michelle 24, 41, 135, 161 
Lambert, Nicole 10, 24 
Lander, Michelle 24 
Lanier, Pervis 24, 41, 104, 133, 145 
Larsen, Dana 50, 86, 87, 88, 93, 108, 124 
Lavelanet, Alain 50, 91, 104, 116 
Lavi, Lee 110 

Lee, Vicki 51, 91, 98, 99, 100 
Lehan, Nancy 74 



Lentine, Tom 56, 106, 119 
Leonardi, Sean 41 
Levesque, Rene 24, 41, 91 
Lewis, Jamie 51, 106, 118 
Light, Marilyn 74 
Linehan, Bridget 24, 41, 141 
Linehan, Sean 105 
Linton, Nicole 87, 95 
Lipczer, Karen 51 
Liss, Mike 95 
Logan, John Paul 56, 119 
Lohrum, Alison 76 
Lolis, Jim 36, 106- 
Looney, Pam 51, 126 
Lord, Chad 51 
Lovecchio, Dorothy 76 
Lovecchio, Joseph 51, 104 
Luka, Michael 51 
Luken, Robert 76 
Lund, Jennifer 25, 41, 83, 84, 87, 98, 99, 
108 




Mace, David 41, 161 
Mackie, Christopher 25, 41 
Maczko, Brian 25, 41, 116 
Maczko, Sandra 76 
Maddox, Kristin 56, 87, 89, 108 
Maddox, Nikki 87, 109 
Magno, Ginny 100 
Mahar, Craig 124 
Malo, Scott 91 
Malouin, Virginia 76 
Manning, Tracey 48, 51, 87, 89, 99, 126, 
144 

Marino, Michael 25, 41, 53 
Marino, Michelle 51, 87, 110 
Marklis, Beverley 76 
Martell, Laura 56, 84, 86, 87, 89, 90, 94, 



101, 131 
Martin, William 51 
Martines, Angela 56 
Mason, Michele 56, 87, 89, 113 
Maxwell, Benjamin 76 
Mayer, Brian 51, 98 
Mazzeo, Wendy 11, 25, 41 
Mazzotta, Matthew 9, 25, 36, 106, 107, 

132, 143, 161 
McAllister, Ben 56 
McArdle, Robin 51, 87, 110 
McCarter, Mike 105 
McCarthy, John 76 
McCombs, Cynthia 9, 25, 36 
McCulloch, Edward 56 
McCulloch, George 25, 36, 118 
McCune, Chris 56, 98, 119 
McCune, Mark 26, 36, 84 
McDonald, Chris 56 
McGillick, Kathy 56, 120 
McGillick, Sherry 26, 42 
McGilvray, Erika 9, 10, 11, 26, 42, 76, 

84, 85, 86, 90, 95, 101, 132, 135, 141, 

143 

McGonagle, Bill 8, 11 

McGovern, Jim 51, 118 

McGovern, Kathleen 7, 26, 84, 85, 87, 

93, 94, 95, 99, 100, 131, 132, 161 
McGovern, Tricia 87, 98, 100, 111, 121 
Mclnnis, Luke 51, 85, 87, 88, 94, 98, 124 
Mcintosh, Mary 26. 42, 129, 140 
McMahan, Julie 56, 99, 100 
McManus, Arthur 72, 73, 76 
McNeany, T.J. 7, 8, 26, 42, 104, 105 
Mead, Steve 105, 122 
Meffan, Patrick 51 
Mehrle, Jean 70, 77, 87 
Mello, Kim 78, 87, 113, 120, 121 
Melville, Gregory 26, 42, 90, 99, 100, 

112, 118, 119, 125, 131, 134 
Melvin, Todd 122 
Mercaldi, Robert 77 
Merrill, Julie 87, 109 
Mersinger, Donald 51 
Messineo, Nicole 56, 87 
Meyers, Jessica 11, 26, 42, 84, 86, 92, 93, 



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95, 132, 134 
Meyers, Rachel 99, 100, 111, 134 
Miele, Jean 77 
Miller, Adam 56, 124 
Miller, Jason 124 
Miller, Pam 51, 108 
Miller, Stephanie 126 
Millette, Melissa 27, 42, 129 
Milliken, Eugene 77 
Millman, Alissa 51, 85, 86, 87, 93, 94, 

116, 117 

Minassian, Craig 27, 42, 84, 104, 138 
Minassian, Mark 98, 105 
Mizzoni, Meg 135, 145 
Mohammed, Ishmael 27, 42 
Molinar, Arthur 56 
Molinari, Lynne 56, 126 
Moll, Gwendolyn 27, 42, 141, 101, 135, 
143 

Monaco, Mark 56 

Moore, Kenneth 91 

Moore, Stephen 27, 42, 92, 93 

Moreau, Jennifer 7, 27, 42, 120, 139, 161 

Morris, Michelle 27, 42, 89, 98 

Morse, Bruce 77, 94 

Mosca, Bonnie 144 

Mosca, Nancy 51 

Moss, Donald 77 

Murray, Richard 51 




Noonan, Kerry 56 
Norton, Gregory 77 
Novak, William 56 




O'Brien, Craig 51, 122 

O'Brien, Neil 27, 42, 90, 114 

O'Brien, Scott 122 

O'Malley, Christopher 28, 42 

O'Malley, Matt 98, 122 

O'Malley, Michael 51 

O'Neil, Barbara 77 

O'Neil, Kate 56, 84, 85, 86, 87, 94, 95 

O'Neill, Amy 48, 51 

O'Shaughnessy, Pat 79 

Oblas, Jill 56, 57, 94, 126 

Oldenberg, Aaron 105 

Oldenburg, Nicole 28, 42, 93, 110 

Olsen, Diane 51, 87, 89, 101 

Orlando, Douglas 51, 104 




Packer, Eric 56, 87, 98 

Paglia, Anthony 51, 94, 116 

Palmer, Leonard 79 

Panzeri, Sam 51, 104, 119 

Papalia, Mary Jean 7, 28, 42, 84, 86, 90, 

95, 99, 100, 134, 135 
Park, Dana 56, 104 
Parker, Irene 79 
Parks, Dana 125 
Parnell, Lee 51, 119 
Parsons, Amanda 56, 117 
Parsons, Leanne 51, 91, 117 
Patenaude, Allen 56 
Patenaude, John 51 
Paton, James 51, 95 
Patterson, Jeff 51 
Patterson, Ken 88, 93 
Patterson, Robert 43, 144 
Patuleia, Joseph 79, 106 
Pavao, Floriano 79, 106 
Pavlas, Lee 28, 43, 104, 105, 145 
Payette, Jodi 28, 43 



Pearson, Eric 105 

Pearson, Glen 11, 28, 43, 104 

Pease, David 122 

Pecora, John 10, 28, 43, 98, 99 

Pecora, Lisa 56, 108, 121 

Pedersen, Ken 52, 116 

Pellegrini, Patricia 79 

Perry, Jamie 56, 98, 100, 112 

Perry, Richard 28, 43, 106, 144 

Petrecca, Sheryl 29, 43, 108, 120 

Petrecca, Steven 59 

Petrilla, Kevin 59 

Petrilla, Richard 133 

Petrillo, Robert 79 

Phinney, Keith 71, 79, 95 

Picard, Nicole 11, 29, 43, 84, 86, 95, 98, 

99, 100, 133, 134 
Pietchel, Amy 59, 87, 110 
Pike, Gregory 10, 29, 43, 75, 87 
Pilgrim, Julie Ann 98 
Pilla, Anthony 79 
Pisani, Carol 29, 43 
Pittman, Dorothea 29, 43 
Pollock, Rachel 87, 111 
Poole, Bryan 59 
Poor, Philip 59, 104 
Porter, Thomas 29, 122, 123, 145 
Poulin, Joe 98, 115 
Powers, Walter 79 
Prescott, Kathryn 29, 43, 145 
Presti, Mark 43, 84, 85, 86, 89, 95 
Primak, Kris-Angela 59, 121 
Puffer, Sara 50, 52, 110, 121 
Pugh, Kristen 59, 85, 86, 87, 99, 100, 124 
Pullen, Adrian 29, 43, 75, 144 
Putney, Katie 59, 87, 110 
Putney, William 52, 115 
Pyscynski, Diane 30, 43, 135 




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Quinn, Kristin 161 




Raffa, Jennifer 69 
Ralston, Doreen 79 
Rampichini, Anna 30, 43, 86, 100, 131 
Rapoza, Paula 99, 100 
Rellstab, Cindy 59, 87 
Renauld, Edward 52 
Reynolds, John 79, 114 
Reynolds, Laura 59, 113, 120 
Reynolds, Shawn 30, 36, 116, 145 
Rhodes, Chris 59, 95, 99, 100 
Rhodes, David 30, 36, 84, 89, 106 
Ricci, Anne 52, 101, 124 
Ricci, Diana 59, 86, 87, 89, 98, 99, 100, 
124 

Richards, Neil 59, 85, 88 

Ricker, Pamela 8, 30, 36, 133, 145, 159 

Ricker, Scott 8, 30, 36, 118, 119 

Ricker, William 52, 79 

Rinald, Angela 91 

Rinaldi, Michael 79 

Rivet, Jeffrey 52 

Rivinius, Cindy 52, 98, 101 

Roachford, Paula 79 

Robert Ciolfi 71 

Roberts, Alison 59, 87, 126 

Roberts, Amy 30, 36, 48, 89 

Robinson, Barbara 80 

Robinson, Erika 59, 87, 89, 95, 141 

Rosenberg, Ambriel 52 

Rosenberg, Becky 87, 95, 98, 100, 161 

Rosewall, Kitty 59, 98, 99, 100, 113, 124 

Rowell, Florentino 59, 104 

Rowell, Sarah 52 

Rull, Marjorie 80, 87 

Russo, Caryn 30, 36, 144 

Russo, Jodi 127 



Russo, Jodie 100 
Russo, Jonathan 52, 114 




Sabetty, Sandra 58, 59, 78, 84, 87, 89, 98, 
100 

Sabourin, Armand 80, 104 

Sakelakos, Deborah 80 

Saltzman, Cheri 31, 44, 126, 144 

Sarno, Carolyn 54, 59, 111, 121 

Saunders, Nancy 87, 100 

Savage, Kristen 52 

Sayles, Allen 52, 106 

Scalise, Kristen 52 

Schaeneman, Christine 52 

Scheik, Brian 31, 44 

Schlueter, Larry 44 

Schowalter, Kathy 87, 117 

Sciaraffa, Patricia 31, 44, 84, 86, 87, 89, 

90, 92 
Scott, Imal 52 
Scott, Keri 31, 44 
Scszesniak, Philip 93 
Sears, Dave 31, 44 
Segal, Suzanne 52 
Seidman, Brian 59, 85, 87, 94, 115 
Serra, Mike 59, 122 
Serra, Roberta 31, 44 
Sewall, Heather 109 
Sewall, Winifer 52, 87 
Shamon, Michael 31, 44, 104, 105, 122, 

123 

Shamon, Pete 105, 122 
Shapiro, Andy 59, 84, 94, 114 
Shapiro, Suzann 31, 44, 86, 89, 90, 93, 

116, 117, 133 
Sharpe, Dwayne 59, 98, 104 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 98, 124 
Shay, Maryanne 80 



Shea, Marni 109 
Sheets, Stephanie 52 
Sheick, Brian 104 
Sherman, Thomas 59 
Shute, Tim 52 
Sibley, Valerie 32, 44, 129 
Slavens, David 91 
Slavens, Joe 91 
Smallwood, Amy 59, 87, 144 
Smith, Brian 52, 104 
Smith, Pamela 32, 44 
Smith, Paul 80 
Smith, Tanya 59 
Snee, Bernie 32, 44 

Snelson, Kimberly 8, 10, 32, 44, 126, 139 
Soderstrom, Carl 52 
Solomita, Lauren 52, 84, 86, 87, 89, 93, 
110 

Somerset, Joe 87, 114 
Somerset, Sara 52, 84, 87, 89 
Sorgi, Huberta 80, 95 
Spencer, Jennifer 5, 32, 44, 135 
Spencer, Susanne 111, 158 
Spiewak, Krisha 101 
Spiewak, Kristine 52 
Spinosa, Pasquale 80 
Spofford, Andrew 32, 44, 106, 107, 131 
Stamotakas, Pete 125 
Stanley, Eleanor 81 
Stefanidakis, Georgia 10, 32, 44 
Stefanidakis, Nick 54, 59, 114, 124 
Stein, Matthew 95 
Stein, Mike 52, 98, 99, 100 
Steiner, Christine 70 
Stephens, Jimmy 59 
Stephenson, Richard 76, 77, 81, 88 
Stockdale, Holly 59, 111 
Storer, Amy 98, 117 
Sullivan, Christine 52, 108 
Sullivan, John 77, 81, 112, 159 
Sullivan, Robert 7, 8, 9, 11, 32, 44, 85, 
89, 90, 92, 95, 98, 99, 100, 131, 132, 143 
Sullivan, Tom 51, 52, 87 
Swenson, Cara 59, 111 
Szczesniak, Carl 59, 119 
Szczesniak, Philip 33, 44, 85, 88, 89 



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Tamerler, Wendy 87 

Tanden, Neera 33, 44, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90, 

93, 95, 131 
Tanzer, John 99, 100 
Taylor, Andre 33, 45, 118, 144 
Taylor, Dennis 59, 119 
Taylor, Natalie 33, 45, 89, 93 
Taylor, Pam 57, 59, 101, 108, 109 
Theobald, Carl 6, 8, 9, 33, 45, 87, 88, 90, 

95, 98, 99, 100, 131, 134 
Theophile, Chris 87 
Thomas, Rebecca 33, 45, 84 
Tiku, Seema 59, 117 
Tingley, Calvin 80, 81 
Tobey, Adam 52, 93, 112, 125 
Tomcyzkowski, Laurie 52, 89 
Tompkins, Christine 45, 140 
Tompkins, Scott 59 
Tourville, B.J. 91 
Trant, David 52 
Tsefrekas, Iphegenia 81 
Tuttle, Greg 52 




Udell, Jeff 59, 98, 99 
Ullmann, Lawrence 81, 88 
Urquhart, Heather 52, 108 



Varano, Keith 11, 33, 45, 84 
Vasilakis, Kosta 52, 104 
Venuti, Jean 52, 87, 110, 158 
Venuti, Scott 59, 114 




Wachsler, Sharon 45, 84, 85, 87, 89, 93, 

94, 95, 110 
Wadden, Gary 34, 45, 98 
Walcott, Carol 81 
Walker, John 52, 85, 87, 88, 93, 94 
Walsh, Raeann 111 
Warmuth, Daniel 34, 45, 93, 112, 125 
Watkins, Mark 87 

Weicker, Jacqueline 8, 9, 34, 45, 84, 85, 

86, 88, 93, 94, 95, 110, 130 
Weinfurt, David 52, 94 
Welch, Chris 59, 85, 112 
Welch, Elizabeth 109, 127 
Welsh, James 34, 45, 53, 124 
Westcott, Lawrence 52 
Wheaton, Bob 59, 119 
Wheeler, Lia 52, 126, 144 
Whitcomb, Natalie 52, 126 
Whitt, Apryl 52 
Whitt, Sharon 52, 144 
Williams, Donna 110 
Wilson, Dave 109 
Wilson, Heatherly 52 
Wilson, Kim 59 
Wilson, Sean 59, 104, 119 



Wingfield, Melissa 59, 87 
Wojnar, Amy 99, 100 
Wolf, Rebecca 59 
Wood, Adrian 59 

Woolpert, Colleen 52, 87, 93, 99, 100 
Worth, Maureen 100 
Wright, Suzanne 52, 86, 89, 98, 99, 100, 
110 

Wrye, Myra 81 
Wyatt, Marlena 52 




Young, Scott 9, 34, 45, 115 
Young, William 34, 45, 125 




Zeigler, Daonysia 34, 45 
Zellner, Chris 52, 104 
Ziemba, Jen 91 
Zimmer, Linda 98, 117 
Zoroglu, Kaan 59 



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